Monday, November 28, 2005

BBC NEWS | England | North Yorkshire | Professor accused of misconduct

I wonder if the current exercise before a Fitness to Practise Panel
will initiate the end of the current medical ethic,
You don't blow the whistle on colleagues and they don't on you”.
Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus

Would you believe that there's a
Canadian connection

Status quo preserved

Here's a bit of an update
January 20, 2006

1 comment:

upanotch said...

I don't believe that a doctor is forced to lie so that he will be able to have a chance at bettering himself in the future. Patients understand that the doctor can only do what he can. Especially if the doctor explains the consequences of his mistake. Honesty is the best policy. It is the best way to correct any mistake. And to make someone a better doctor.

If someone is harmed by a doctor, then they should get damages. WITHOUT having to go to court. It makes absolute sense that this should happen. Why would a judge have to decide if harm occurred? A judge isn't a doctor. When things go wrong, it is as plain as the nose on a face WHY it happened. The people looking at the matter are doctors...

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