Barrow midwife with 'attitudinal problem' struck off after baby death blunders



Lindsey Biggs had previously been found guilty of causing Joshua Titcombe to 'lose a significant chance of survival' at Furness General Hospital.
Joshua died from a lung haemorrhage nine days after being born at FGH in October 2008.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council today found that Biggs had an ‘attitudinal problem’ and had failed to take responsibility for her actions.
The NMC earlier found Biggs – and her colleague Holly Parkinson – were 'controlled and guarded' in their evidence and 'appeared distanced and detached from what occurred that day.'
The tribunal also heard that Biggs had... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 30
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