In the Guardian today:
Dozens of hospitals are running short of scrubs in the latest problem to hit the NHS over the supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) during the coronavirus pandemic. The shortages are revealed in a survey of UK doctors undertaken by the Doctors’ Association UK (DAUK), which found that 61% said that the hospital where they worked was facing a shortage of scrubs.
If you remember a recent tweet by the Scottish Health Secretary, those claims might be a surprise. See this:
So, I’ve written to DAUK to ask for access to the data:
I won’t be holding my breath. I’ve been here before with ‘UK’ researchers, largely contemptuous of my requests for a breakdown of the data.
We’re left to wonder if the Scottish sub-sample is all related to Anas Sarwar MSP?