A recent highly critical NHSEI External Review of The Christie NHS Foundation Trust was prompted by whistleblowers.
The Review was provided with detailed evidence that there were very significant (and distressing) problems with the Trust’s approach to race discrimination, bullying and the response when concerns were raised. The External Review (Paragraph 2.2.6.) states
In this blog, Roger Kline considers whether the Trust’s own data supports the assertions in the Trust Chair’s email to staff in response to the Review. He considers how the NHSEI Review addressed the issues. He suggests that the Trust’s response; the shortcomings of the NHSEI Review response to the issue of race discrimination; and the NHSEI response to the Review once published mean that further scrutiny of the Trust and NHSEI’s response is required if staff are ever again to risk raise legitimate concerns in this Trust – or rely on NHSEI to support staff who do so.
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