Bawa-Garba case a setback for all young doctors

Bawa-Garba case a setback for all young doctors … A/Prof Charlie Corke writes in #MJAInSight … The fact that it has occurred somewhere makes it a reality in the mind of junior doctors everywhere … https://t.co/KqKTFljxol pic.twitter.com/h6D3u4AUzC — MJA (@theMJA) March 15, 2018


What is wrong with saying you’re wrong?

If anyone can get @gmcuk & Professor Terence Stephenson to admit to their error in striking off Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba, it's @nickrosscom. This is the third in a very clearly argued series of letters. #BawaGarba https://t.co/mofVVLHt6Z — Dr Phil Hammond (@drphilhammond) February 15, 2018


Medical Mistakes

In 2015 Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba was convicted of manslaughter by gross negligence following the death of 6 year old Jack Adcock, who had been a patient in Dr Bawa-Garba’s care at the Leicester Royal Infirmary in 2011. https://t.co/m9xtYqfjsW — Kingsley Napley LLP (@kingsleynapley) February 7, 2018


How should doctors use e-portfolios after #Bawa-Garba case ?

Thank you Dr Jonathan Cusack, Dr Bawa-Garba’s ES, for this rapid response in @bmj_latest detailing EXACTLY how reflections were used by the prosecution in the #bawagarba case. All doctors must read this, and should be worried https://t.co/YOtRwu5Tjs #iamhadiza #thrownunderthebus — Dr Sammy (@sbattrawden) February 9, 2018


Letter to the GMC chair regarding Hadiza Bawa-Garba

Some thoughts from @nickrosscom re #BawaGarba This is a very painful case but one which the implications for future children must be discussed. We can’t keep working in these unsafe conditions and we need transparency in practice to be encouraged. pic.twitter.com/aFkD8UStaM — The Singing Doctor (@rog_la) January 30, 2018