Fair enough then, that could be true and is probably true, or even more truthful, for nearly every profession. Try substituting ‘politician’, ‘journalist’ or ‘lawyer’ and you might want to go stronger on the claim. Some, making comments under the online version of the article, were pretty disparaging along the lines of my opening sentence and wondering if their money had been wasted doing this ‘research’. After reading the whole of the report and the whole of the article by the ‘Scottish researchers’ my main concern is that it is neither ‘Scottish’ in any meaningful way nor is it ‘research’ by any standard. To be fair the authors don’t call it research but Helen Puttick has made the association. ‘Writing in the Herald newspaper on Tuesday 1st March, 2016, as Health Correspondent, Puttick produced a short piece, under the headline: ‘Scottish researchers: Not all nurses are angels – maybe some should never have entered the profession’. Some journalists should…..?