Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Exit Questionnaire 2

It's set me thinking now, while I'm waiting for the paint to dry on the three things that I am doing at the same time, that an exit questionnaire would be quite useful in many situations. Also, do you get one when you die, as you are waiting to enter heaven/hell the next life? How would it look?

Oh I think I may have hit on something here.

Exit Questionnaire for the Recently Deceased

1. Why did you leave your last life

2. Did you have a satisfactory journey from that life to here?

3. Were your family aware of your impending departure?

4. Did you remember to make a will and if not would you like to witness the infighting in respect to your assets/debts?

5. Did you plan to live in eternal peace and harmony, or will you be surprised by what happens next?

6. If offered the option of reincarnation what would like to be?

7. Is there anything that we could do to improve your stay in heaven/hell/the next incarnation?

Just a few quick thoughts. Hey I could've done one for the end of my last relationship. Except of course that was already sorted out by the 3 page email.

Do we expect to understand every one's reasons for doing things when often it is simply impulse in most cases? Oh it's all getting a bit deep for me.

I wonder if the paint is dry..........................

Exit Questionnaire

When you leave the NHS, I'm not sure about anywhere else, you get a nice little form to fill out that asks why you left and what could be done differently.

This questionnaire has had me in tears completing it, telling the people at Human Resources how raw and painful I am about having no option but to leave my job, and how uncaring the Nursing profession is.

Rife with bullying Sisters and staff nurses, racism is a daily occurrence and the staff shortages are becoming dangerous to patients.

I have seen a staff nurse spend the entire day completing an essay for a course she is expected to do, while ignoring her patients and failing to order equipment needed the following day, and think NOTHING of it. I have seen people paid to maintain the stock i a department deny that it is anything to do with them in a corridor, because they don't care about what it means to have no stock in the clinical area. I have seen patients sent from one department to another covered in their own poo because the staff in the first area don't have the time or inclination to clean the patients. And the latest initiative from the Government is "Releasing Time to Care" because little old ladies are starving to death in hospital because no-one is feeding them. Anyone see the irony in this?

Sorry bitter, ex-NHS employee on the loose. All will return to normal soon. Well as normal as I get.

The Canvas 6

Finally finished the test pieces, number 2 is looking very good. I'll be getting on with the final canvas tomorrow. I know what I want to do and how to do it, it'll just be way bigger than the testers.

Here is the finished tester number 2. I'm off to bed now.