Discussion in 'Current Affairs' started by Mesa, Jun 30, 2020 at 9:40 PM.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-engla... Health,which maternity failings were alleged.
man this shit just breaks my heart
no room for such cockheaded negligence in the medical field
it blows my mind that anyone can even consider entering the medical field without 100% commitment to do your best and nothing but your best. you're dealing with people's lives, and people who are completely reliant on you to ensure they're safe, how anyone can slip into that negligence mindset is beyond me
I couldn't agree more.
This shit has affected my family. It's about time they get exposed..
Oh yeah I was born there lol.
My mum walked around the halls with me halfway out of her screaming at the nurses and no one would listen to her. There's a long precident of just blatant negligence and disregarding parents that could lead to babies deaths.
This has been going on since the 1980's. There's a culture of it at the hospital.
Yeah, same dude. We must live relatively close.
I have no clue what happened when I was born, but I can only assume that it must've been a very stressful ordeal.
Yeah I'm in Shropshire. My mum used to be a manager at that same hospital, different ward though. It also failed to hit all 3 of it's main yearly targets. The hospital is criminally under-funded and chaotic to all hell. She works else-where now, thankfully. But when she did work there she was doing 60+ hour work weeks + on call for more hours and only being payed at a fixed rate of 40 hours a week, no over-time pay. It's an utter shit-show.