Righteous Vocational Fury and “the need to be ballsy and capable of rebellion”in the medical profession -apt and universally applicable words from BMJ

The question that incessantly tugs at me is when will these people say “enough” and say something.  Can what has been done even be undone at this point.  Cooke speaks of “righteous vocational fury” and that the vocation needs to “be ballsy and capable of rebellion.”   We too need to stand as one and speak out against illegitimate and irrational authority.  We need to proclaim “enough is enough” and identify and remove illegitimate authority.   What does it take for someone to stop bemoaning the current state of medicine quietly and silently and get “ballsy” enough to vociferously protest and rebel?  Stand up.

Source: Righteous Vocational Fury and “the need to be ballsy and capable of rebellion”in the medical profession -apt and universally applicable words from BMJ

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2 thoughts on “Righteous Vocational Fury and “the need to be ballsy and capable of rebellion”in the medical profession -apt and universally applicable words from BMJ

  1. These rough tough state administrators wet their pants dealing with the the health crises we see every day. They are not our intellectual and moral equals and it is high time someone noticed the obvious. The legal reasoning seen in administrative law is, in its essence, preposterous BS. The emperor’s wardrobe turns out to be pretty revealing. Enough is enough.

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