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Undercover nurse Margaret Haywood's 20-year career lies in tatters as Panorama revisits whistleblower protections 10 years on and asks Who'd be a NHS whistleblower?Read about Who'd be a NHS Whistleblower?
Nurse Margaret Haywood who secretly filmed for Panorama in 2005 to reveal the neglect of elderly patients at a hospital talks to Panorama after she was struck off for misconduct.
What’s Next For Undercover Nurse?
Undercover nurse Margaret Haywood lost her livelihood when she was struck off by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.Read about Margaret's future options
A nurse has been struck off for secretly filming inside a Brighton hospital for a BBC Panorama programme which aired in July 2005.
Margaret Haywood, 58, was struck off by the Nursing and Midwifery Council after 20 years working as a nurse for a breach of the code of conduct.
She agreed to participate in the programme to highlight the conditions elderly patients were having to put up with.
Margy’s Letter of Advice
Margaret 'Margy' Haywood wrote a letter for her family to use should she ever end up vulnerable in hospital.Read Margy's letter
Concerns with the NHS?
In light of Panorama's Who'd be a NHS Whistleblower?, what follows is a list of options available to both the general public, including patients, relatives and next of kin and NHS staff who have concerns about the quality of care being delivered.Read the list of options
‘Whistleblowing’ While You Work
Margaret Haywood's case has brought whistleblowing back into public view. Here Panorama casts its eye over some previous high-profile cases.Read 'Whistleblowing' While You Work
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