Calling A&E casualty is 'archaic and mildly derogatory', says leading hospital doctor 



The word 'Casualty' is 'archaic and mildly derogatory' and should not be used to decribe hospital emergency departments, according to a leading doctor at a crisis-hit health board.
In a leaked memo from inside the health board covering North Wales, a senior director says the term belongs in the 1970s and is like using the word 'spastic'.
The letter from consultant Dr Rob Perry, an emergency medicine consultant at Ysbyty Gwynedd , has raised eyebrows with health council chiefs.
The directive was sent to staff after Dr Perry found that calls over the loudspeaker for emergency medics were... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Health, Views: 41
Source: Daily Mail
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