Rastas, Racism and Regret

After witnessing something horrible on Monday, doing nothing about it and using my job security as an excuse, I have decided that from now on I’m going to stand up for what I believe in.

I work in an A&E department, a big part of which is what’s called the Primary Urgent Care Centre or PUCC for short – more commonly known as a Walk In Centre. It’s where people can come for treatment if they don’t have a GP or haven’t been able to get a GP appointment. Unfortunately for them, there’s no appointment system, so they have to queue for the limited number of practitioners. My desk (not reception) is in the waiting area for PUCC and so I spend a lot of time in the company of  very bored, very  frustrated people. Rarely anything of note ever happens. It’s definitely not like on TV. Continue reading “Rastas, Racism and Regret”