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BANGKOK 20 June 2019 13:55
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Video: Hospital violence again - Nurse attacked by Thai man angry at having to wait

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"The nurse asked him to be patient"  Yes, he was a patient ! And a prize tosser too !  I have been in Thai hospitals a few times and I have plenty of praise for the staff. The patient turnover rate in every A & E unit in hospitals in all countries is very slow. Why ?? Cos they are under staffed!  

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Like traffic enforcement and protecting Thailand's National Security from sex toys, Viagra and kamagra, and electronic cigarettes and vaping fluid, and of course, Farang men married to Thai women - Thailand simply is too busy with these other issues to enforce laws pertaining to violent crime, especially in hospitals.  

Imho it is because this seems to be in the genetic memory of Thailand and I don't think things will ever change anytime soon.

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5 hours ago, cardinalblue said:

Hey Sammy,

 

we didn’t allow any fragile Thai males in our ERs so never happened in our hospitals....

Interesting. Because they would make up a fraction of inpatients in NZ and aus hospitals but violence towards healthcare professionals is still rampant there. I guess that proves your point wrong that it's just a fragile Thai Male thing...

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18 hours ago, TVGerry said:

"Dr Thasanathep said the video did not come from anyone at the hospital and was damaging to their reputation."

 

Kind of missing the point isn't he? 🤔

He obviously has a different perception from most people...

akin to schools who try to bribe parents to cover-up what's happening in their premises!

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20 hours ago, TVGerry said:

"Dr Thasanathep said the video did not come from anyone at the hospital and was damaging to their reputation."

 

Kind of missing the point isn't he? 🤔

Yup, "face" is more important to most Asians than commonsense.

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