Anita Ketron
Anita Ketron

I think nurse patient ratios are extremely important because they determine the amount of time you get to spend with each patient and greatly influence the safety of both the patient and the nurse...as nurses, we want the best for our patients, but, unfortunately, we can only be in one place at a time....if the ratio is too high, it's impossible to give quality care.

Ann Haynes Razo
Ann Haynes Razo
  • Anita Ketron

Amen sister!

Stephanie Powell-Bosworth

Unsafe ratios mean compromised care and very tired nurses.

Gloria Del Rosario
Gloria Del Rosario

Nurses at Toronto Western General are great they really assist me in all my needs and report to the Doctor whenever slight pain bothers me.

Will Brown
Will Brown

well idk, all the nurses no me Toronto East General Hospital no me by name and if it wernt for those nurses I would've never bin seen by a doc.

Sharyn Piggott
Sharyn Piggott

because I am a nurse and it is so bloody hard for patients and nurses.

Gary O'Brien
Gary O'Brien

as a nurse I feel that we don't alway's have time to care as much as we should.Better pay and conditions will encourage more peoplke to take up nursing as a career.

Lori Brazie
Lori Brazie

because, We have no rights! We should! Rediculous..........

Judith Coe
Judith Coe

Very dangerous to overload staff with too many patients. Spreads staff too thin and more mistakes and accidents can occur. Also the patient deteriorates more quickly when they do not get their Basic Care needs met.

Judith Coe
Judith Coe

because they are spreading ypu so thin it is not safe. They are also exhasting the staff. The patient does not get the care they need and deserve. Esp the patients that need practically Total Care!

Yasmin Hiku
Yasmin Hiku

As a nurse it makes our job safer not only for the patient but for us..which is so important :)

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