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Sue Allison
Advanced Practitioner in Breast, PhD student, NHS whistleblower trying to stop the dangerous management culture which threatens our patients and staff.
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Elsy Gomez Campos 2h
I am looking forward to reading the book. Thanks for writing it
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James Titcombe 2h
Replying to @dr_shibley
Not well, nor do any of the other organisations with a regulatory role...it was quite a familiar read.
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Sue Allison 2h
Very much ‘deja vu’ for me
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James Titcombe 2h
Just finished reading this - a brave & compelling account & a very difficult read for me personally that has left me feeling quite angry. Grateful to Peter Duffy for telling his story.
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Peter we’re all very grateful for the way you’ve stood up to the Trust and fought so hard for the patients for so long, there will be many more on here who wish to thank you for your courage and integrity.
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stephen cole 3h
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It didn’t need much of a push, the truth is popular
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Peter Duffy 3h
OK. Deep breath. 1st Tweet! My NHS whistleblowing book. Wouldn't have got anything like the publicity that it did without . Thank you all.
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Sue Allison 2h
Hi Peter welcome to your followers! About time☺️
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Amy Fenton 2h
Yay! Hey Twitter... give a warm welcome to Mr Peter Duffy 👏🏻
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Juanita Browne Aug 21
Replying to @SueAllison809
Sadly I'm not suprised. A whistle blowing policy is there in name only, you're not really supposed to use it. And if you have the audacity to blow the whistle your life is made hell, take it to the tribunal and your finished!
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penbat Aug 21
It is cognitive distortion. Misdemeanors of the victim are exaggerated or invented. Misdeamors of the bully are minimised.
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Charlie-Emma Smith Aug 21
Replying to @SueAllison809
It’s a tactic well used. Someone whistleblows.... the alarm is raised. They have probably done something questionable whilst working, who hasn’t in the 999 services it’s tough and sometimes we get it a bit wrong. But that small small thing is used as an inflatable club!
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Ruth McAuley Aug 21
Replying to @SueAllison809
Totally disregard for mental wellbeing at ET and in fact by the whole system. No one has ever thought about the consequences of the emotional impact of ET. Legal system should hang it's head in shame
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Julia: Anthony's Voice 14h
Unbearable to witness. Why didn't the op go ahead in the recommended time David? What did Wigan Infirmary say.
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Julia: Anthony's Voice 13h
Speechless. That could be any one of us going to Wigan Infirmary for a broken bone. Re-read the account you sent. Is surely up there with the very worst avoidable deaths, if that's possible, through admitted 'service failings' and neglect.
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Sue Allison 13h
What A load of c***, even if they didn’t have the blood they could have got it within an hour. Disgusting negligence
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ALFREY 😎 16h
Replying to @SueAllison809
This case will silence whistleblowers, their mental health will suffer, some may even die by suicide
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Sue Allison 15h
Replying to @ALFREYALFREY
It's another blatant attempt to deter potential WBs, it will backfire because our eyes are open, we know how these toxic and corrupt systems work. The credibility of tribunals like this one will be laid bare for all to see. Be ashamed judge
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