Clinical Negligence: Peering into the darkness
The NHS Redress Bill was recently introduced into the House of Lords with the stated intention of offering support to patients experiencing healthcare difficulties, but as Nigel Godsmark explains, there are still a number of questions to be answered
For anyone awaiting the arrival of the NHS Redress Bill with bated breath, its introduction into the House of Lords will have been something of an anticlimax. There is little there for anyone to glean very much from.
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