In the Herald today:
Many parents whose children were treated at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital have lost faith in it as a safe place for them to be cared for and want answers over what went wrong, an inquiry has heard.
The Scottish Hospitals Inquiry began hearing evidence on Monday into problems at two flagship Scottish hospitals that contributed to the deaths of two children.https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/19591832.hospital-inquiry-scotland-parents-lost-faith-inquiry-hears/
How many parents will give evidence to the public inquiry into safety of children at the Glasgow hospital?
According to BBC Scotland, two deaths have been linked to the the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. I’m guessing that makes four parents, two at least groomed by Scottish Labour to believe there had been neglect.
The deaths were in 2017, 4 years ago. The QEUH opened in 2015, 6 years ago.
How many children have been treated since then? The QEUH has 244 paediatric beds and could thus have treated more than 1 500 children in that period with around 3 000 parents there to either have or to lose faith in the hospital.
So ‘many parents’ is really single figures in crude terms and roughly 0.1%.
So, to our knowledge, 99.9% of parents have faith in these hospitals?