A friend called me today telling me that someone named Stephen Gullick had added a review on Amazon about my book- a very hurtful review but I thought it is the readers right to review a book they have purchased. But then I realised that the name was familiar with me and when I looked through my emails I realised that this man is probably the same man who sent me a series of emails which I have attached below. I also remember contacting the …Read More »
Although it was an honour to recieve the award I also reminded the audience that patient safety statistics tell us that incidents have increased and not reduced as we would have hoped.
It was lovely to meet other campaigners at the event that I hadnt met before. I met with Will Powell who has battled for justice over the death of his dear son Robbie for many years. A brave man and all he wanted when he lost his son was the truth. Not much to …Read More »
“From Ward to Whitehall”
Julie Bailey’s book ‘From Ward toWhitehall’ is going to cause a sensation. In a week when the use by hospitals of theLiverpoolCare Pathway (the so-called ‘end of life treatment’) is being passionately aired in newspapers and radio, the publication of this book could not be more apt. Many who read Julie’s account of the death of her mother, Bella, in an NHS hospital are sure to say, with a mixture of sadness and regret but also with relief that …Read More »