Sarah Morgan

Healthcare Geek.
Professional Communicator.

mistaken identity

Mistaken Identity: Episodes 489-493

In which we get odd questions from Shane, several message from personal shopper Anne to Merced Other Me (Alas, it turns out the ruffle up jacket did not fit. But between her and Atlanta Other Me, they really do know how to shop!), bad news from Brian and an invitation from the Royal College of Nursing.

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From: Shane
Subject: Model turf message

What type of shoot is this you are talking about. I know this is a scam but what type of work is this.

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From: Anne

Subject: CAbi order

Hi Sarah! Thank you so much for shopping with me again this season. I always love seeing you. You had lots of backorders, but I think you have gotten most your things now. Looks like the ruffle up jacket is in progress to be shipped, and the cardigan will ship in May.

Enjoy!
Anne

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From: Brian
Subject: WIN

Hi Sarah,
I just found out from Scott that the position was filled. Sorry I don’t have better news for you.
Brian

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From: Royal College of Nursing
Subject: RCN Dignity in Health and Social Care conference

Places are limited for our upcoming conference on dignity: Dignity in health and social care: Politics, policy and practice

What counts as ‘dignity’ in health and social care contexts?
What policies and practices need to be in place to maintain important aspects of dignity for patients and service users?
Who has responsibility to ensure dignity initiatives are sustainable?
How can practitioners respond to unethical and incompetent systems and practices in health and social care settings?

Join us at this conference to find the answers to these questions and more.

This conference which will bring together practitioners, policy-makers, service users and educators from a range of occupations and disciplines in the health and social care fields in order to share perspectives and discuss innovative and sustainable approaches to maintaining dignity in care. By attending this event you will have a greater understanding of the issues around dignity as well as practical examples that will improve the level of dignified care in your workplace. Full details of the programme, including how to book, are available on our website.

I look forward to welcoming you to our event.

Kind regards,

Suzanne
Conference Organiser
Royal College of Nursing

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