Fri, 20 Jul 2012 6:26p.m.
An urgent investigation's underway after 50 sensitive patient files were found lying on a Christchurch suburban street.
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21/07/2012 3:37:37 p.m.
It does not matter if the files are about venerable people or not.
Someone left these documents somewhere without thinking of the consequences of doing so. I guess we will be seeing helicopters and police squads at the doors of the houses of Healthcare NZ staff,
21/07/2012 6:04:01 a.m.
are you kidding me? ive been in and out of the mental health system since i was 16, im 20 next month and my career would be ruined right now if those files got out. sort it out CDHB. my mum is a theater nurse at a privet hosp and my elder sister is a phyciatric nurse in the uk now. after working in the forensics unit in chch. it was basicly a rehab for me, and it was good, if you want to "get well" but you have to try really hard or you will loose your mind even worse in there.... kia kaha stay away from kaka... G.M.T 1992 :p
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