A nurse who secretly filmed to reveal the neglect of elderly patients at a hospital has been found guilty of misconduct at a disciplinary hearing.
I tried to put things right and get standards improved. I prepared a report, but no one took on board what I was saying.
and they don't on you.
Harold Shipman travesty, an example!?
Dr Reynolds, who was a partner in the Brooke practice opposite to Shipman's Market Street surgery, risked her career by triggering the first police investigation into the Hyde doctor in March 1998.
Is this another example of the value of "self regulation"?
GMC DEFEATED IN ATTEMPT TO PREVENT JUDICIAL REVIEW
Wouldn't this be nice?
Maybe the tooth fairy really exists!
Doctors 'must root out bad care'
"We need to create a culture where doctors are obliged to challenge each other.
It is not happening everywhere at the moment.
There is a silence among professionals.
Time to make a noise in support of the whistleblowers
Friday 24 April 2009
Here's an interesting book on thr topic.
Crisis and Change
Royal College of Nursing
launches whistleblower hotline
after poll reveals victimisation fears
Sunday 10 May 2009