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PostSubject: Nurses raise 'dignity' concerns   Sat Apr 26, 2008 11:24 pm

Eight out of 10 nurses say they have left work distressed becausethey have been unable to treat patients with the dignity they deserve, a poll suggests.
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) poll of more than 2,000 UK nurses cited washing and privacy as key issues.

The government said high quality care was a top priority, but a patients' group said nurse standards had slipped. The report comes as thousands of nurses gather in Bournemouth for the RCN's annual conference.

The four-day meeting will see a range of issues debated, from NHS targets to cleaning standards, ahead of a speech by Health Secretary Alan Johnson on Wednesday.

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