Are the public being listened to?

This is a current Editorial in the BMJ: Below are a few extracts from this editorial: In a similar vein to Carl Heneghan, I have outlined that there is a problem … Continue reading Are the public being listened to?

At the end of the corridor

 

Doctors loath to disclose their mental health issues

This report, from the BMJ, reminds me of when I attended the Scottish Parliament on the 6th January 2015. This was for a debate on mental health. I sat next to … Continue reading Doctors loath to disclose their mental health issues

“battling” [the] “horrible”

Last Sunday I watched and listened to the Secretary State of Health on BBC One: The Secretary of state began: Politicians often use military metaphors when discussing health and care:Our Prime Minister, David … Continue reading “battling” [the] “horrible”