Monthly Archives: January 2015

Me, my Rep and I

Me, my Representative and ISee Original Short article

By |January 31st, 2015|Legal|0 Comments

Francis NHS whistleblower report: a new beginning?

The following is an abstract from The Guardian.

“Last June, six senior NHS professionals, including myself, met Jeremy Hunt to relate our personal histories and petition him for a public inquiry into whistleblower victimisation. We had all suffered extreme retaliation after raising serious concerns about patient care. Five of us had been dismissed. A week later […]

Doctors’ Wage Dispute Still Unresolved

Physicians’ Wage Dispute Still Unresolved”Ideally, development can be made today.” Arna brought in that if an arrangement can not be reached prior to the end of this year, more physicians will likely seek other employment. The state is sending them a severe message, she specified. A meeting will also be held …See Original Article Medical […]

By |January 30th, 2015|Doctors' Employment Issues|0 Comments

The Hooper Review – update

The Hooper Review – upgradeSir Anthony Hooper’s testimonial, which the GMC has commissioned to consider how it handles doctors who raise issues in the general public interest, is now well under way.See Original Short article Gen. Mohamed chairs Executive Council General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi , Deputy Supreme […]

By |January 29th, 2015|GMC|0 Comments

Health secretary prompted to launch inquiry as tribunal turns down Croydon NHS trust’s appeal over whisteblower’s unfair sacking

Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has actually been prompted to launch an independent inquiry into Croydon University Hospital over its treatment of a whisteblower doctor.
The call came as it emerged board members at Croydon Health Services NHS Trust, which runs the health center, were under examination by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) over the 2012 sacking […]

By |January 28th, 2015|Doctors' Employment Issues, Employment Tribunal, Legal, Whistleblowing|0 Comments