Every time I suffer through a design flaw impeding my effectiveness and safety at work I think about the hospital architect’s malfeasance.
buzzfeed(.)com/tomphillips/why-the-forced-caesarean-story-was-wrong Not sure if you've seen this, but unfortunately the British media got their fact checking wrong yet again...
No I have not seen this.
You may have noticed my response to the earlier article was measured and for good reason.
I think your criticism has not taken into account that much less information was available when the original article was publish. Another is getting information is difficult due to medical records and social service case files being confidential documents, as they should be.
Based on my clinical experience I knew the case would be much more complicated hence my cautious response.
In my career I have nursed a number of people attracting high profile media attention allowing me to compare what I knew about the patient from my direct clinical care with reports in the press and electronic media.
What you hear on the radio or read in a newspaper is limited and incomplete.
And I cannot say a thing since my duty as a health professional is to protect patient confidentiality.