1093NHS paediatrician Dr David Drew sacked, blacklisted for doing his job, caring for patients
- Dec 20, 2016NHS paediatrician Dr David Drew sacked, blacklisted for doing his job, caring for patients
Series: Bristol Broadband Co-operative
Subtitle: Tim Tiley supplying the world with Bibles, prayers and other Christian publications from Bristol, UK
Program Type: Weekly Program
Contributor: Bristol Broadband Co-operative [ Contact Contributor]
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Tim Tiley distributes all manner of Christian material from his warehouse in Bristol, UK. Whether its prayer cards, Bibles or simple pens with a Christian message or Bible verse on the side Tim has them all. He talks also about his personal faith and what following Jesus Christ means to him, pointing out that in some parts of the world, such as China, Christians are still persecuted for their faith.
Doctor David Drew headed a paediatric unit at Walsall's Manor Hospital until post 2008 'financial crisis' National Health Service (NHS) cuts arrived in 2010 when he spoke in favour of patient safety and was sacked. He then wrote a book about the witchhunt against him: Little Stories Of Life And Death by David Drew. Its an incredible story of a dysfunctional medical profession here in the UK which may well be killing people, and that sees those doctors who put patient safety first as 'problematic' and to be removed. David talks here too about his faith and how he believes doctors and nurses, indeed all medical staff, should be allowed to offer patients to pray for them or with them as he believes God can sometimes intervene to help, perhaps in a way that medicines or treatments can.