Heather suffered permanent damage as a result of negligent treatment in hospital. She talks to AvMA about the devastating effect this has had on her life and the importance of finding sympathetic, expert advice and support.
“Wholly misconceived” safe space proposals rejected by Joint Select Committee
A report published in August has rejected in the strongest terms the Government’s proposal to allow NHS trusts to investigate themselves and each other under so-called ‘safe space’ arrangements.
Deep reflection needed on Bawa-Garba ruling
AvMA has called for deep reflection following Dr Bawa-Garba’s successful appeal against being struck off the medical register.
Learning from deaths guidance a step in the right direction
AvMA broadly welcomes new NHS guidance on learning from deaths but warns that guidance alone will not address serious strategic and cultural issues.
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Take part in research on harm within healthcare
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