Shredded nerves and disrupted services - crucial lessons from the Docklands bomb

Hilary Scott

After the 1996 Docklands bomb, HSJ wrote: “The acute trust stood down 24 hours after the explosion, but work for Tower Hamlets Healthcare was just beginning.” The trust’s CEO writes about what they learned from that time.

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