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The Flexible CQC, FPPR & Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

By Dr Minh Alexander, NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist, 16 January 2018    The CQC has thoroughly disgraced itself in failing to hold unfit NHS trust directors to account despite being assigned powers in 2014, under Regulation 5 Fit and Proper Persons (FPPR). CQC’s senior staff have been involved in turning a blind eye … Continue reading The Flexible CQC, FPPR & Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

More loopholes in Jeremy Hunt’s ‘support’ scheme for whistleblowers

By Dr Minh Alexander NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist 21 December 2017   Super-gagged whistleblowers cannot acknowledge the existence of the compromise agreements that gag them.   To illustrate, NHS Employers charmingly recommends this form of words for a compromise agreement: “1. Confidentiality 1.1 In consideration of the Employer entering into and complying with … Continue reading More loopholes in Jeremy Hunt’s ‘support’ scheme for whistleblowers

Two years of national CQC whistleblowing data on health and social care services

By Dr Minh Alexander NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist, 13 December 2017 NHS and social care staff take a great leap of faith in whistleblowing to the health and social care watchdog, the Care Quality Commission. It is an organisation with a poor reputation, particularly for serial failures towards whistleblowers. CQC has: Repeatedly not … Continue reading Two years of national CQC whistleblowing data on health and social care services

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