The woman who have allegedly shamed a nurse in public have been found as a nurse herself, as the video circulated by the self-proclaimed victim of uncalled shaming has garnered support for herself and huge surplus of hatred on the other.
The newly found victim’s name is Marina Kendrick, a 53 year old veteran nurse who have a supposedly stringent ‘nursing code’ and simply was reprimanding a fellow nurse to follow the said code. She is now known to tell her friends that she could not believe the backlash imposed upon her. She had supposedly had to call upon the police for threats ranging from rape to death at the B&M Bargains in Burton-upon-Trent.
A close friend said: ‘She fully stands by what she did and she would do it again. People can call her whatever they like but she regards it as being part of her nursing code – to protect her patients and uphold her profession. That is what she signed up to do.’
A veteran nurse herself, Marina Kendrick has been the head of nursing at a job training company, and a senior lecturer in nursing at the University of Wolverhampton but transitioned her position to a working intensive care nurse.The strong invocation she had given out to the woman of the moment, nurse Kimberley Simpson, had been explained as somewhat of a reminder that wearing uniform is definitely not recommendable.
She is now said to be traumatized by the responses from the relevant video and has been debased several times for the altercation with the other nurse.
Another friend has testified that: ‘I have spoken to Marina and I know she is traumatised by what happened.
She has had to delete all her social media due to the volume of hatred being directed against her.She was sent 32 separate threats on Messenger which included death and rape before she took down her Facebook page. There have even been people calling for her to be refused NHS treatment.
The ignorance is stupefying.’
Her friend said: ‘She made the point because she is an educator and a nurse and even before Covid the guidance for all uniform wearing nursing staff was to cover up their uniform in public.
There are two reasons for this – infection control and to protect the nurse themselves for if somebody had a heart attack in a shop, others would see the uniform and might expect them to do things which were beyond their level of competence.She fully stands by what she did and she would do it again.
People can call her whatever they like but she regards it as being part of her nursing code – to protect her patients and uphold her profession.That is what she signed up to do. ’
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