Where did it all go wrong, eh!. I was thinking something similar recently with regard to "religion" on hospital admission forms, just got me thinking because a nurse was willing the form in for me.
"Religion?" she said
"None" I said
NONE she wrote down (yes in caps)
I can understand why it might be relevant for surgery or whenever there is a risk of death, but why is it a standard question?, normally just leave it blank myself.
It was only when I moved here (from the Netherlands) I was asked in a hospital for my religion. I have nver had anyone asking me for my religion before. There is no need at all. I get very angry because it is non of their bussiness. And I don't know how it is arranged with religous poeple who are dying and want to see their representative of their sect. Should look that up.