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If "Sophia & M.E. her story"is read first, it can then be seen how the Red, Blue and Purple areas relate to events that happened prior to her death.
I have divided this web-site into different areas and have colour coded them, to try to make each section self-explanatory. Each area has its own index. Some letters are copied from the original General Medical Council (GMC) index but given a different number to tally with the particular site they are in. If I haven’t succeeded in my quest to simplify, what I acknowledge is a large number of documents, then I’m sorry.
Red site includes:-
- Original letter of complaint about the six doctors.
- Each individual complaint along with the answer from the GMC.
- The General Medical Council’s own booklets, highlighting what they consider to be good practice.
- Index of all the letters I sent to the GMC. I have only included a portion of them as many repeated what had been said earlier.
Blue site includes:-
- Letters of complaint to Social Services.
- Their answers and my replies.
- The Independent Officer’s Report.
- Index of letters included in the original complaint, along with a few others.
- Extracts of rules which must be followed by social workers.
Purple site includes:-
- Letters to Lord Goldsmith and Baroness Scotland.
- Their replies.
- Index of letters included.
- Some notes that inform the reasons as to why legal action cannot go forward via Legal Aid.
* Apart from a few copies of letters I sent to various parties, all the documents here are written and signed by the doctors and social workers themselves. I do not have a complete list of all of Sophia’s papers. She had not made a will, therefore I was denied access to them.
* To counteract certain inaccurate ‘facts’ on some pages, I have written comments in red at the bottom of that page.
* I highlighted certain passages in the letters to help draw my attention to these areas at a later stage. Others may or may not consider these passages relevant.
* In the early years I signed myself by my second name, Mary. I did this as most people found it difficult to pronounce my name; I did not wish to embarrass them. Eventually I used my first name, Críona
* I acknowledge that there are many good doctors and social workers who follow the guidelines of the WHO. Patients who have them are exceedingly grateful.
Criona Wilson (Sophia’s mother)
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