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4 years of CQC mental health whistleblowing data

Governments intermittently make glib promises to lift neglected and under-funded mental health services out of second class status, but usually only disappoint in the end. The health regulator the Care Quality Commission (CQC) is regarded as an unhelpful if not hostile force by the majority of whistleblowers, with concerns from whistleblowers about CQC politicisation, confidentiality, … Continue reading 4 years of CQC mental health whistleblowing data

Health Education England hasn’t done its whistleblowing homework

By Dr Minh Alexander NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist, 21 April 2017 The Freedom To Speak Up Review 1 was an expensive exercise in government spin and stalling. It gave the appearance that something was being done by the government, when in reality all that happened was that tokenistic, ineffective measures were – in … Continue reading Health Education England hasn’t done its whistleblowing homework

National Guardian Newsletters – the unexpurgated version

In February 2017 Dr Henrietta Hughes the National Freedom To Speak Up Guardian agreed to publish her newsletters, which had commenced in December 2016 but had not been published: https://minhalexander.com/2017/02/08/newspeak-at-the-national-guardians-office/ Newsletters for December 2016, February 2017 and March 2017 were subsequently published. However, two of these (December 2016 and February 2017 issues) have subsequently been … Continue reading National Guardian Newsletters – the unexpurgated version

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