Well its gone 3am and I'm not sleeping (again) so I figured I may as well do something semi-productive...this is a random question but I was just wondering...a while ago, I was treated in A&E (ER) at my local hospital after taking an overdose. Long story short, a BIG error was made that, had it not been rectified, would've almost certainly been fatal (i know it seems stupid it bothers me since i was trying to die in the first place, but thats not the point) I was never told who was responsibile, as the nurse blamed the doctor and the doctor blamed the nurse...until now it hasnt really bothered me but now I've got the will to live back it makes me pretty angry and upset. I never even received an explanation or apology. I heard a rumour there was an inquiry but I'm not sure if there was. I just want to know why it happened, and want to make sure it never happens again. I know doctors and nurses are only human but it was a pretty simple mistake that they both overlooked. I'm just not sure if its too late to do anything as it happened in Nov. 2006.
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