NHS Nurses Wear “Do Not Disturb” Uniforms

August 30, 2011
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This report on the British National Health Service is from the Daily Mail:

A row has broken out over a hospital trust’s decision to give nurses ‘Do Not Disturb’ uniforms to wear during routine ward duties to prevent patients from speaking to them…

This report on the British National Health Service is from the Daily Mail:

A row has broken out over a hospital trust’s decision to give nurses ‘Do Not Disturb’ uniforms to wear during routine ward duties to prevent patients from speaking to them…

The hospital says interruptions, such as patients asking questions about toilets and meal times, stop nurses from doing their jobs properly and could lead to patients being given the wrong medication.

Bitter pill to follow: Ward manager Penny Searle wears the controversial tabard during a drug round.