Challenging questions and ethical obligations: the ethics of everyday practice > 21 January 2015

David Drew


Keynote speaker

David Drew

My dismissal after 37 years as a competent and dutiful children’s doctor has forced me to rethink life. From 2010 to the present I have campaigned for the protection of NHS whistle-blowers and supported numerous individual whistle-blowers and patients/relatives trying to negotiate the currently unfit for purpose NHS complaints system. I have been instrumental in the commissioning of Sir Robert Francis’s whistleblower review which is about to report. Last year I published my personal account of my experiences as a whistle-blower, Little Stories of Life and Death.
@NHSWhistleblowr (Troubador).



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