I don’t see why we pay exhorbitant fees to organisations that clearly don’t have our best interest as their top priority. The MPS and MDU fees are crippling; the farcical GMC fees are mandatory; yet at best all we can hope for is lacklustre representation and sweeping dismissal if we dare to appear disgruntled.
Exoneration of Bawa-Garba will be in part redemption.
Contribute to “our” cause ...
The crowdfunding link should actually be a topic...
Collectively as a profession, we are under attack. All of us are Hawa-Garbas. All of us at some point have been in her shoes; but have luckily escaped the horror of being hung out to dry because we failed to be super-human. But here we are; exposed, vulnerable. We need to rise up as a profession and defend our core principles and practices. This case is a IMG_0929.JPGdangerous precedent; which if ultimately successful will drive another nail in our profession’s coffin.
I have fled the UK as I fear for my career. Now I seek refuge in another country which gives medicine the respect it deserves.
This just shows that being a GP is just the most arduous role ever! If one can survive such extreme testing conditions, and not give up, yet with the role of being a GP being seemingly comparable; that says a whole lot.
Well done. I'm not that resilient... I've given up.