Olivia Morton writes for the University of Warwick’s The Boar on the shortcomings of patient care in the NHS:
“Are you wearing a bra? If so, please remove it immediately.”
Not something I expected to be hollered at me across the waiting room by some surly receptionist in A & E whilst waiting for a chest X-ray. Funny? Yes of course. But there’s something seriously wrong with our healthcare system as I see it.
Having landed in hospital in Coventry with septicaemia, I was in for a shock. I just (call me old fashioned) expected to leave with my dignity and human rights vaguely intact. The frustration also comes from the fact I’ll spend the rest of my life contributing to this system.
Full article here.