The Right To Care
1991, 60:00 minutes, colour, English
The Right To Care is a film about a group of strong and committed nurses. The subject is work, and the prognosis is change. The film calls on all of us to protect our right to good patient care, and the nurses right to provide their vision of care.
"Patients are being discharged far too early. I'm the one who takes them to the door in the wheelchair and sends them out, and I know they're not ready." - Shelly O'Neill, R.N.
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