the Nurses, the nurses and the doctors have told me about the difficult situation in the Swedish hospital. The trade unions in the healthcare sector would like to see a change from a political perspective.
Carina Hansen is a nurse at stockholm south general hospital, and chief safety representative for the Swedish association of health professionals, believe that the politicians in the Stockholm region do not take responsibility, and do not provide the resources that the emergency hospitals will need to engage in health care.
"if you don't Take care of your staff, and ensure that it stays, and has a great working environment, then we are in a situation that is becoming more and more to do and more, and more critical," says Carina Hansen.
do not Speak the same language
In the sjuksköterskestrejken in 2008, it was considered patient safety to be under threat. According to Carina Hansen had a quite a few places and was down in the lot.
" But the setting to ensure patient safety is not compromised. Patient safety is a concept which, apparently, does not have any consensus in what it stands for. It is a grundproblematik, too, that we don't speak the same language, as we are about the safety of patients or in a work environment. However, the work environment is extremely tense, and the politicians do not take their responsibility, in Stockholm, sweden, says Carina Hansen.
" Safety is not just a threat; it is a reduction. It does not listen to the politicians, " says Lotta, Dickman, intensivvårdssjuksköterska on a city street.”Unbearable”
the stockholm south general hospital will have to save 300 million a year. They are doing that, among other things, by working not be extended, and the vikariestopp.
" the Problem is, the besparningspaket and programme of action, which will be the besparningarna. It's going to continue to increase the workload even more for any possible, " says Carina Hansen.
she Noted was on the site of the south hospital to meet with health care professionals.
" They're under incredible pressure. They have a lot of overtime, vårdplatserna is not enough for it to be taken, and that they are concerned for the safety of patients. There are a lot of half-baked, and sometimes they panic cuts, to ensure that they are out of money, " says Jonas Sjöstedt.
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