patient concern

patient concern

A complaint or grievance raised by a patient (or a personal representative of a patient) about care rendered to him or her.
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Roger Goss, from Patient Concern, commented, saying: "It is shocking that this has to be spelled out to doctors and nurses.
Roger Goss, director of Patient Concern, said: "If the concept is to achieve a reduction in harm to patients, staff responsible for these never events should be fired.
FURTHER to the excellent article (30 December) by Roger Goss of Patient Concern on the proposed legislation regarding an opt-out system for organ donation in Wales, I urge your readers to visit http://wales.
The campaign is a coalition of groups including the National Heart Forum, Patient Concern and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
However, Joyce Robins, from campaign group Patient Concern, described the initiative as "grotesque and ridiculous".
This is a well-recognised patient concern within medicine.
Joyce Robins of patient-rights organization Patient Concern told the Telegraph: "This government has got an absolutely dreadful record when it comes to data, but it is horrific that such sensitive details were handled in such a careless way.
Joyce Robins of Patient Concern said: "This is absolutely horrific.
Horrific Joyce Robins of pressure group Patient Concern said: "This Government has a dreadful record on data, but it is horrific that such sensitive details were handled in a careless way.
Many factors contribute to this, but one is definitely patient concern about being used as research subjects.
Roger Goss, co-director of Patient Concern, poses a very good question when he asks: "How can you have consented to something by failing to consent?
Hair loss, hyperpigmentation, striae, and other pregnancy-related physiologic changes may be of little consequence to physicians, but they generate considerable patient concern, dermatologist Kenneth Tomecki said.

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