NHS whistle-blowers in Wales 'put off' complaining by policy
Doctors are concerned the Welsh NHS's new whistle-blowing policy puts staff off complaining about poor care, BBC Wales has learned.
The All Wales Whistle-blowing Policy was published in July after Health Minister Mark Drakeford said he wanted people to feel able to voice concerns.
But the British Medical Association called the policy complicated and could leave people confused or threatened.
The Welsh government said it would review it before the end of March 2014.
Paul Martin reports.
23 Oct 2013