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Call for doctors to restore trust

Doctors have a responsibility to restore the public’s trust in Ireland’s healthcare system, according to Dr Colm Quigley, the president of the Irish Medical Council.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
8th December, 2007

Doctors have a responsibility to restore the public’s trust in Ireland’s healthcare system, according to Dr Colm Quigley, the president of the Irish Medical Council.

Quigley said there had ‘‘been tragic cases where people in this country placed their trust in people and were let down.

‘‘The confidence of the public and patients in our health care system and perhaps our doctors has been badly shaken and damaged,” he...

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