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Mary has been a nurse for 27 years, and knows how to handle herself in tense circumstances. This time though, she is not sure how to act for the best. For the last few weeks she has noticed that Dr Jones, a doctor just into his thirties, has been giving unusually high doses of morphine and other painkillers to terminally ill geriatric patients. From what she knows of him she doesn t believe he is doing anything sinister she doesn t think he is intending to kill them but neither does she think he is acting in their best interests. In Mary s opinion the old people are over-sedated. They spend their days asleep or sitting by themselves communicating little, if at all. And this, she thinks, is pointless. Mary spoke to Dr Jones about the dosage, but the conversation didn t go well. The doctor was instantly defensive, and let Mary know right away that: It is none of your business, OK Despite her experience, she riled at this, and told him straight that it was, and that he ought to think very carefully about what he was doing. Dr Jones interpreted this as a threat (which it was, partly), said he wasn t going to stand for that, and told Mary to get out of his ward . Angry and upset, Mary left. And now she doesn t know what to do.
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