If you really are going to ask those questions, is there any chance that you
could video it please?
Would probably sell quite well.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Simon McCormick" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, October 13, 2003 8:05 PM
Subject: Professor Sir George
> As part of our next ESC Workshop I've been asked to do the 'Parkinson'
> (or is that the 'Fogarty' thing) with Professor Sir George Alberti. For
> those of you who haven't experienced this it is a session of about an hour
> when someone (me) puts questions to him (PSG) about the Emergency Care
> Reforms etc. in front of an audience. I've been asked to do it as a
> representative of A&E consultants primarily so what questions would you
> me to ask?
> My own thoughts are ... What does an endocrinologist know about emergency
> care? Why are you dismantling the specialty of emergency medicine? Why
> specialties other than medicine rarely considered? Do you really think
> there is slack somewhere in the system for minor injuries/illnesses to go
> to? Do specialties other than ours really have any interest in emergency
> care? Do GPs really want to take on minor illness/injury care?
> Any questions/views gartefully received.
> Simon McCormick
> Rotherham District General Hospital