Following the Department of Health and Social Care's request for a review of West Suffolk following the finger-printing Of staff to find a whistleblower, Dr Rinesh Parmar The Doctors' Association UK Chair has shared views from four doctors with the BBC.
As the CQC downgrades West Suffolk hospital’s rating from Outstanding to Requires Improvement DAUK Chair Dr Rinesh Parmar raises questions for the Health Secretary who ‘buried his head in the sand’ when doctors tried to approach him with patient safety concerns.
Dr Jenny Vaughan DAUK’s Learn Not Blame lead speaks to ITV news after West Suffolk downgraded from Outstanding to Requires Improvement following finger-printing ‘witch-hunt’ to identify anonymous whistleblower.
Following a CQC report downgrading West Suffolk hospital from Outstanding to Requires Improvement Dr Jenny Vaughan speaks to BBC Radio Suffolk. The Doctors’ Association UK first raised the alarm in December after members approached DAUK alleging that the trust was finger-printing staff and asking for samples of handwriting to identifying an anonymous whistleblower.
Following allegations from staff that West Suffolk started a finger-printing ‘witch hunt’ to identify an anonymous whistleblower, Dr Rinesh Parmar DAUK Chair talks to The Guardian after fresh concerns are raised.