NHS Reprimanded for Demeaning Words
Ministers and NHS Staff use demeaning
terms such as "frequent flyers" and "bed-blockers", to describe patients//, according to patients' tsar.
The national director for patients and the public, Harry Cayton said such negative words shifted blame to patients and should be avoided, according to ...
Be a Fan of Special Olympics Georgia athletes and join the Spread the Word to End the Word campaign
... and young people want to change casual conversation and help eliminate the demeaning
use of the R-word from today's popular youth vernacular and replace it with...c. launched its activities and Web site www.r-word.org to eliminate the demeaning
use of the R-word in today's society in August 2008 when the film "Tropic T...
U.S. Docs Taught Little About Wartime Ethics
...cians should "treat the sickest first, regardless of nationality."
37 percent didn't know that the Geneva Conventions prohibit ever threatening or demeaning
prisoners, or depriving them of food or water for any length of time.
33.9 percent couldn't state when they would be required to disobey an unethic...
Are too many people diagnosed as 'depressed?'
...s led to a reduction in suicides and increased productivity in the population. Furthermore the stigma of being depressed has been reduced and the old demeaning
labels of stress and nervous breakdown have been abandoned.
He says concerns about the number of new drug treatments on the market are unhelpful,...
Am I spoiled if I expect well-designed mobile devices?
...r, believe that Sherry, in her zeal to defend her mobile device, did not read my column carefully and thus leaped to the conclusion that I was somehow demeaning
women. I would not for a moment suggest that "the rest of we women" made this error. Just Sherry.
More troubling, though, was Sher...