July Blog

I was hoping after the Francis report that the Zithromax for sale one thing that would be improved immediately would be the complaints process. I’m disappointed to say that little has changed within some organisations. I’m still hearing how unfair patients/relatives are being treated and the, deny, delay, defend culture is still prevalent. It’s mostly the smaller District General hospitals that I hear about but not always.

Throughout the Mid Staffs Public Inquiry (MSPI) we heard just how difficult it was for complainants to be heard, for whistle blowers …

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Last week I attended the BME network conference in London and what an eye opener. The room was full of people with experiences of injustice and discrimination within the NHS workplace. At times it was really difficult to sit and listen to Canadian viagra the way people have discriminated against because of the colour of their skin. My speech focussed on the Viagra price uk discrimination the elderly experience not only within the NHS but Society itself.  I went home with my eyes opened worrying how difficult it must be …

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Julie Bailey Cure The NHS Campaigner awarded CBE in New Years Honours


NHS campaigner Julie Bailey awarded CBE in New Year Honours

NHS campaigner Julie Bailey has dedicated her CBE to her late mother – whose death promoted a campaign to expose the neglect of Best viagra online patients at Stafford Hospital.

Ms Bailey founded the campaign group Cure The NHS after being appalled by the care she witnessed her mother receive at the hospital.


Julie Bailey, Doxycycline without prescription founder of Cure the NHS Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire


Ms Bailey has been awarded a CBE for her services to the care of older people in the New …

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