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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #225 - Chronicles of alienated labor by Marie-Louise Michel (Occupational psychologist) (fr) [machine translation]

Date Wed, 03 Apr 2013 11:08:40 +0300

"There is no miracle. This is the daily " Alice, a nurse in a psychiatric ward[1] --- We laughed the other day with my colleague when we showed the new psychologist's desk drawer Chief Medical Officer ... You should have seen her face! There is always a toothbrush, toothpaste, it might pass, but a hairdryer ... She could not believe it. ---- It is no longer on the stone too, then little is left, we get the impression that we did eat at every turn. In his meetings, it is mainly to show off in front of the students, telling everyone to fear, be wary of sick ... He prays that nothing happens, basically. He is scared to death at the idea of ââbeing in fact a blunder on with various arms. He fears the court as much as contact with patients. We are trying to deal with it somehow anyway but it's hard.

Patients, he categorizes the floors. It puts together more chronic. Of course, this is the place where nobody wants to go to work. The floors of entrants, since there is more than incoming now since we brought out people ten times too early, we start with the paste in an isolation room. A mattress on the floor, without a lighter, no telephone, no belt. It makes it even crazier and more violent. The hardest thing is the output of this "incarceration", no one knows how they talk. His other medical colleagues is not so much brighter, there are two who have had cancer last year. A framework is also sick. The medical presence was replaced by a prison atmosphere, a form of abandonment for the poor service with overloaded nurses ÃreintÃes. There are what get sick we're also trying to protect itself but it is not easy, colleagues split into two groups: lick ass wiggle the head jokes and others who do not say a word and who are doing the best. Really can not choose his camp, each doing what it can. It is not a miracle, it's day to day. How? Request a transfer? Is it really better? And the chief medical officer, he was surprised to not be able to recruit.

[ 1 ] Only the name is changed, the rest is authentic.
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