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brat_olin
2018-06-12 23:04:20 UTC
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UK: Doctors Who Kill Patients Will Keep Jobs and 'Learn from Mistakes'
JACK MONTGOMERY 11 Jun 2018

Britain’s Nationa Health Service (NHS) will lower its standards by making it harder to sack doctors who kill their patients. This follows claims that sanctions are having a “chilling effect” on the profession — despite recent, high-profile failures being allowed to slide without punishment.

Secretary of State for Health Jeremy Hunt will remove the powers of the General Medical Council (GMC) to appeal against rulings of the Medical Practitioners’ Tribunal Service (MPTS), after a tribunal ruled Dr. Hadiza Bawa-Garba could continue to practice despite a conviction for the manslaughter of a six-year-old boy due to gross negligence. But the GMC successfully appealed for her to be struck off.

The mother of the dead boy welcomed Bawa-Garba’s conviction and removal from the medical register as “justice”, but doctors protested strongly. Hunt has accepted the findings of a doctor-led review which concluded that medics should only be punished if their performance was “truly exceptionally bad”, according to the Daily Mail.

“I was deeply concerned about the unintended chilling effect on clinicians’ ability to learn from mistakes following recent court rulings, and the actions from this authoritative review will help us promise them that the NHS will support them to learn, rather than seek to blame,” said the Health Secretary.

While Bawa-Garba and her supporters have claimed she faced difficult circumstances, many members of the public will find the contention that the authorities are particularly zealous in pursuing negligent clinicians questionable, given several high-profile failings which have gone unpunished recently.

Earlier this month, Dr. Vaishnavy Laxman escaped being prosecuted, struck off, or even given a formal warning by the Medical Practitioners’ Tribunal Service despite being found guilty of medical misconduct for ripping a baby’s head off during a botched delivery.

Laxman, who qualified in Chennai, India, attempted to deliver the premature baby while he was in breech position over the objections of the mother, who was just 4 cm dilated (full dilation is 10cm) and had been assured she would be given a caesarian section “if something happened”.

The baby died after his head became entrapped, and was decapitated following Laxman’s “increasingly desperate” attempts to pull him out. Laxman’s colleagues had to perform a C-section to retrieve the head and stitch it back on to the child, so the mother could say goodbye.

Similarly, a Newport GP who turned away a 5-year-old girl with a life-threatening illness from an emergency appointment without even looking at her file was allowed to return to work after receiving a slap on the wrist in a secret hearing.

Dr. Joanne Rowe, described as “unapproachable and volatile, even more so on the days she is on call” in the report on her conduct, refused to see 5-year-old Ellie-May because she was a few minutes late for her appointment, due to a queue at the reception desk.

This was despite the GP starting her appointments 15 minutes late that day, only filling 11 out of 15 patient slots, and only spending an average of 7.5 minutes out of an allotted 10 minutes with each of the patients she did see.

Ellie-May had been in and out of hospital for her condition several times, and Rowe had previously received a letter from a consultant warning she was at risk of “an episode of severe/life-threatening asthma”.

The little girl, who cried and asked her mother why the doctor would not see her after being turned away, was found having a coughing fit later that night.

“She fell off her bed onto the floor,” her mother told an inquest. “I turned her light on and I saw her hands and her face were blue.”

She died from bronchial asthma and a possible seizure due to a lack of oxygen shortly after arriving at hospital.

Rowe was suspended for six weeks while an investigation was carried out — on full pay — but allowed to return to practice with a warning which will be expunged from her public record in 2021.
u2
2018-06-12 23:20:46 UTC
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UK: Doctors Who Kill Patients Will Keep Jobs and 'Learn from Mistakes'
JACK MONTGOMERY 11 Jun 2018
taaa, wszyscy jesteśmy murderers:)
--
General Skalski o zydach w UB :

"Rozanski, Zyd, kanalia najgorszego gatunku, razem z Brystigerowa,
Fejginami, to wszystko (...) nie byli ludzie."

prof. PAN Krzysztof Jasiewicz o zydach :

"Zydow gubi brak umiaru we wszystkim i przekonanie, ze sa narodem
wybranym. Czuja sie oni upowaznieni do interpretowania wszystkiego,
takze doktryny katolickiej. Cokolwiek bysmy zrobili, i tak bedzie
poddane ich krytyce - za malo, ze zle, ze zbyt malo ofiarnie. W moim
najglebszym przekonaniu szkoda czasu na dialog z Zydami, bo on do
niczego nie prowadzi... Ludzi, ktorzy uzywają slow 'antysemita',
'antysemicki', nalezy traktowac jak ludzi niegodnych debaty, ktorzy
usiluja niszczyc innych, gdy brakuje argumentow merytorycznych. To oni
tworza mowe nienawisci".
Piotr
2018-06-12 23:38:53 UTC
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UK: Doctors Who Kill Patients Will Keep Jobs and 'Learn from Mistakes'
JACK MONTGOMERY 11 Jun 2018
Oops, chcieli dokopac opiece zdrowotnej w UK a wylali swojaka z woda - przeciez fatso to idealny Europejczyk dla breitbarta - bialy, Farage'owiec, brexitowiec ciety na imigrantow , i mysli ze jak sie zabiora za imigrantow to jego to nie bedzie dotyczylo ;-)
fatso
2018-06-13 06:27:19 UTC
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Dzieki Panie Leszku za przypomnienie jak chciano mnie wrobic w smierc 86 letniej staruszki,jak lgano mi o prawdzywych przyczynach zgonu. Pokazalem te 10 lat temu pazur Wikinga Warega. Odkopsalem sie zadajac mym wrogom bolesne ciosy finansowe. Ale do pracy juz nie wrocilem mimo obludnej zachety i zwrotu mych praw lekarza. Dodatkowe wakacje emerytalne-nalezaly mi sie niczym kosc psu. Dzisiaj pije wino w Languedocji i sie opalam w sloncu Poludnia zamiast gryzc ziemie przedwczesnie. I tak bedziemy
trzymac.
Piotr
2018-06-14 12:51:19 UTC
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Dzieki Panie Leszku za przypomnienie jak chciano mnie wrobic w smierc 86 letniej staruszki,
tak, na pewno to byla intencja pana Leszka, gdy zacytowal artyklu breibarta "UK: Doctors Who Kill Patients Will Keep Jobs and 'Learn from Mistakes'" i zadedykowal go Panu ... ;-)
Maxopka
2018-06-14 13:35:22 UTC
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maxopka wez noz i poderznij gardlo twojej starej
nie bedziesz musial pchac wozek inwalidzki
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Maxopka
2018-06-14 14:11:38 UTC
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On Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 7:04:21 PM UTC-4, brat_olin wrote:

Brat Olin czyli "sciepowy urynator" winien byl cwirknac
ze Robus to wspolczesny Doktor Mengele z pojebanym lbem.


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