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Barts launches new online bid to help staff raise concerns

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A system which allows 'nervous' staff to raise issues anonymously, does not FORCE people to use it, surely ? Anyone who wants to raise issues in person could still do so - what would stop them ? I live in Coventry, and one of our local [ex] consultants asserts that he was 'bullied and hounded out of the NHS' (my phrase) because he raised safety concerns about too many beds on wards (5 instead of 4, which prevented access to equipment in the '5th' bed). This isn't about questioning the professionalism of staff - it is simply about getting necessary concerns actually raised and discussed.

Posted date

24 April, 2014

Posted time

10:03 am

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