Letters

I am one of the few doctors who rely on your publication to give me an even-handed view on the NHS. However, your Sue Page article has let you down.

Surely every trust chief executive must have introduced a scheme which is unpopular?

Why does such a series of events deserve such a large place in your journal?

I have worked with Ms Page on a number of projects. I have spoken to clinicians from her trust who value her patient centred approach and her desire to empower frontline staff.

Your article seems to smack of a vendetta against Sue Page. I am unaware of your motives, but I do feel it is an example of inappropriate journalism.

Dr Tom Coffey Brocklebank Health Centre Wandsworth London