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A model to support staff in raising their concerns


Iam so happy that the walls of whistle blowing are being taken down,although it's a slow process, its a start. It's only when you speak up yourself,you fully appreciate the whole impact/ripple effect that your words can have. Personally speaking,I feel if you have a right manager,, then speaking up will not be a problem. However, if you've unfortunately got one that runs her skills under the likes of the old southern cross rule book,then your up for a battle. I choose the battle and won but the cost to my family and me was dear and I would do it all againbecause its the right think to do.I applaud your article,it making sense of the correct pathway in speaking up to protect our patients. Thank you

Posted date

17 September, 2015

Posted time

8:32 am