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ELEVENSES81
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 30, 2014 9:08 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

IvyOwl wrote:
Ketty wrote:
trentvoyager wrote:
I am feeling much better - and looking forward to seeing one of my favourite performers this evening - Alison Moyet.


TV, how was it?  I hope it was fabulous and you're now hoarse from singing.


Yep TV hope you enjoyed it all the more for fearing you might have to miss it!



I saw Alison interviewed by Laurie Taylor on Sky Arts and still [and why not] considers herself a creative musician  and would baulk at the notion of doing an 80s tour with the likes of Rick Astley, Spandau and Toyah. She also refuses to sing her hits just because her audience wants to hear them. Personally, compromise wouldn't seem to be a betrayal of her independence. I'm reminded of Neil Young after he grew bored of his sensitive musical persona in the 1970s and migrated into grunge. At one concert he just played his new album. The audience hated it. At the encore he said 'and here's some songs you all know' [loud cheers] and he played the new stuff all over again. What a man!!!!!
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 31, 2014 9:29 pm    Post subject: Re: A funny thing happened on the way to this forum Reply with quote

ELEVENSES81 wrote:
I imagine all involved now regret their behaviour not knowing what an incandescent, bolshy old sod I can be when anyone tries to put one over.


Let's hope you now get the action/answers you deserve.  More power to you.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 31, 2014 10:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ketty,

 it was never my intention to get some useless apology and for it to remain swept under the carpet. I  wanted to bequeath something of value to all patients suffering severe or terminal illness. If that entails exposing the chief exec of my local hospital trust as a useless incompetent fraud and the doctors involved as more concerned to preserve their own professional standing than the welfare of their patients, then good. I also did it because the Glos Clinical Commissioning Group refuse to invest in the type of community care that would have helped people like me - dedicated clinicsal support and more staff. There are just 15 staff for the whole of Gloucestershire to support ALL types of terminal patient with only part-time clinical support.

If the GMC take up my case I will send the following letter to the trust Chief exec:

Dr Harsnet,

  Allying yourself so closely with incompetence and gross misconduct,  obsessing about my chosen clinical  arrangement with my GP and promoting CSPCT as an appropriate outcome for terminal cancer patient care when you know full well that under-funding and under-resourcing has left it potentially dysfunctional and left its membership dispirited,  over-worked without full-time dedicated clinical support, borders on the bizarre, and frankly,  leads one to question both the competence of the CCG to deliver for the people of Gloucestershire, and your office to address any external  criticisms of the governance of the  Hospital Trust in a rational manner.

Sadly it is too late now for you to institute a proper inquiry, and if this is imposed on the Trust from without then you may well have cause for future regret that your office fell short in the timely and ethical  pursuance of its responsibilities as NHS Chief Executive in this matter.

I hope for your sake that the written submissions of your staff are supported by contemporaneous documentation and that they adhered to the professional code as you claim, because the lack of evidence would strongly suggest otherwise
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