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#IamHadiza: The full story of the legal case that shook medicine

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The outcry has prompted Mr Hunt to announce a ‘rapid review’ of the use of gross negligence manslaughter charges in medicine. Headed by former Royal College of Surgeons president Professor Sir Norman Williams, it will look to ensure ‘clarity about where the line is drawn between gross negligence manslaughter and ordinary human error’. YES But what about ORGANISATIONAL FAILURES UNDERSTAFFED UNDER-RESOURCED SERVICES In other words frontline individuals will still be scapegoated and we can nit pick the actual charges COME ON JEREMY Does the buck ever go back to management or even to yourself as the health secretary? WHY CAN PROSECUTORS KEEP SUCH INFORMATION OUT OF COURTS

Posted date

02 Mar 2018

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11:52am

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