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BMA launches major investigation into impact of patient complaints on doctors


I thought that there was no mystery in how stress affects animals or people. So far 94 doctors died during GMC investigations and BMA refused to engage when it was repeatedly pointed to them who the offenders are in the medical profession. Making of false allegations against doctors by doctors such as inadequate medical directors and other doctors is a classic example. BMA refused to help whistleblowers who pointed to them the problem doctors. BMA colluded with GMC in anticompetitive policy formation and implementation such as persecution of locum doctors, ethnic minorities etc. It is a giggle that British Medical Journal (owed by BMA) does not expect authors submitting papers for publication to declare their conflicts of interests. It is laughable that BMJ would publish articles on ethnicity of doctors and its relation to complaints before GMC where researchers did not even take a sample to find ethnicity. Honestly, the standards are so low. Patients will complain even more as they become better educated and catch out poor doctors. Just face up to it.

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15 Nov 2012

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