Byline: BRENDAN HUGHES
A NURSE has admitted leaving a patient in distress by discussing her relationship with the man who stabbed the patient's partner to death.
Rosina Mary Jones, of Bridgend, told the female patient the killer was her "first love" during a health benefits assessment.
A disciplinary hearing heard how the 36-year-old told the woman she "couldn't believe" her ex would carry out the killing and said it "wasn't like him".
Appearing before a Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) hearing in Cardiff, Jones admitted continuing to assess the patient despite becoming aware of the conflict of interest.
"Patient A had the right to …