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Sir Robert Francis and Reform of Whistleblowing Law

By Dr Minh Alexander NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist, 17 November 2017   Everybody knows that UK whistleblowing law, the Public Interest Disclosure Act (PIDA), is not fit for purpose. 1 Robert Francis admitted in his report of the Freedom to Speak Up Review that PIDA fails to protect whistleblowers: “the existing legislation is … Continue reading Sir Robert Francis and Reform of Whistleblowing Law

CARRY ON SMILING: National Guardian Turns Helen Rochester Away

By Dr Minh Alexander, NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist, 24 October 2017 The National Freedom To Speak Up Guardian for NHS whistleblowing finally started establishing her advisory group in this last two months, but without proper advertisement. This was despite her promise over a year ago that this advisory group would be pivotal in … Continue reading CARRY ON SMILING: National Guardian Turns Helen Rochester Away

Who speaks for the dead? Ivy Atkin and the unaccountable CQC

By Dr Minh Alexander NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist, 22 October 2017 The CQC has behaved arbitrarily and evasively in the matter of serious elder abuse at Autumn Grange care home and the horrific death of Ivy Atkin, weighing just 3 St 13lb,  by criminal negligence. Its chief executive David Behan promised that a … Continue reading Who speaks for the dead? Ivy Atkin and the unaccountable CQC

Waste Industry: The NHS disciplinary process & Dr John Bestley

By Dr Minh Alexander NHS whistleblower and consultant psychiatrist, 21 October 2017   The NHS is infamous for unjust culture and unfair workforce practices. This is a full update paper on these matters: Waste Industry – The NHS disciplinary process and Dr John Bestley published 21 October 2017 “Summary I report on longstanding policy failures … Continue reading Waste Industry: The NHS disciplinary process & Dr John Bestley

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