Doctors must be free of the “confetti of interference”BMJ 2002; 325 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.325.7374.1190/b (Published 23 November 2002) Cite this as: BMJ 2002;325:1190
- Anne Gulland
Professor Ian Kennedy, chairman of the inquiry into the deaths of babies at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, told doctors he had noticed a culture shift in the NHS since the report was published last year.
Professor Kennedy, who was speaking at a conference in London last week, was asked whether he had witnessed any major change as a result of the 198 recommendations in his report.
He told the conference—entitled “Beyond Bristol: Improving Health Care” and organised by the BMA, the BMJ Publishing Group, the Journal of Medical Ethics …
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