By Dr Minh Alexander NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist 19 January 2017 Alyson O’Connell is an NHS whistleblower, nurse and cancer patient with experience to offer. She also needs just £26 to pay for a coach ticket from Wales to London. She is attending the National Freedom to Speak Up Guardian’s consultation event … Continue reading Ticket to ride
By Dr Minh Alexander, NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist 19 January 2017 Governments have a habit of establishing satellite bodies that they pretend are independent, for public relations purposes, and for deniability and outsourcing of accountability for controversial decisions. The fragmentation of the NHS in recent years often allows the government to claim … Continue reading National Guardian independence: the CQC denies some more….
Dr Minh Alexander, NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist 17 January 2017 The saga of Robert Francis’ much derided National Guardian for NHS whistleblowing rumbles on. After rowing back on an important consultation that initially excluded most whistleblowers, the National Guardian has now provided a segregated consultation process with most of the whistleblowers physically … Continue reading SMILE, SHINE & SAG
Request for streaming of an important National Guardian consultation on 20 January The current National Freedom To Speak Up Guardian made plans to hold an important consultation event on 20 January without advertising it or inviting the majority of whistleblowers. https://minhalexander.com/2016/12/19/new-employment-scheme-but-not-as-you-know-it/ Whistleblowers asked for the event to be live streamed. This is what has … Continue reading Lights! Camera! Inaction?