Braddock, bringing your reply to me to our sub-group here:
“I hope you realised that she wasn’t fired from JH, just from mom’s team.
First of all she comes over like a little dictator—no good bedside manner. Then there’s the problem of she or her department not being available during off-hours. All other departments have somebody on-call. Finally they thought her suggested procedure was too aggressive for mom to have to deal with. They think a more gradual pace would be better. “
These questions come to mind for me:
- When “they” said it was too aggressive, what plan did “they” provide immediately as an alternative?
- What did Ma actually do?
- What DT symptoms led to the need for off-hours attention?
Is this the best 22nd century Johns Hopkins can do?