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Sick of staying at home, Charlie returned to the ED on [[29 February]]. However, he soon confronted Jacob after he rearranged the nurses' timetables without consulting him, and [[Henry Gabbot]] — an old friend of Charlie and Duffy's who had been admitted as a patient — accused him of neglecting Duffy and failing to save her. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1164 (Casualty)|Episode 1164]]) On [[14 March]], Jacob felt that Charlie was not coping when he was avoiding his clinical duties and was cleaning cubicles instead. Jacob urged him to take some more time off, but Charlie asserted that Jacob had "a problem" and needed to deal with it. Left with no other option, Jacob reluctantly contacted Fletch. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1166 (Casualty)|Episode 1166]])
 
Sick of staying at home, Charlie returned to the ED on [[29 February]]. However, he soon confronted Jacob after he rearranged the nurses' timetables without consulting him, and [[Henry Gabbot]] — an old friend of Charlie and Duffy's who had been admitted as a patient — accused him of neglecting Duffy and failing to save her. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1164 (Casualty)|Episode 1164]]) On [[14 March]], Jacob felt that Charlie was not coping when he was avoiding his clinical duties and was cleaning cubicles instead. Jacob urged him to take some more time off, but Charlie asserted that Jacob had "a problem" and needed to deal with it. Left with no other option, Jacob reluctantly contacted Fletch. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1166 (Casualty)|Episode 1166]])
   
On [[21 March]], Charlie treated a woman with dementia named [[Cynthia Harborn|Cynthia]] and neglected to make a record of her DNR. When she was found unresponsive by reception, the resus team managed to revive Cynthia before Charlie could inform them of the document; the amount of the time her brain had been starved of oxygen meant that she had potentially sustained brain damage. Fletch questioned Charlie about his failure to note the DNR, but Charlie asserted that he was being used as a scapegoat. After learning that a colleague had voiced their concerns about his wellbeing, Charlie berated David, Jade and Fletch. Feeling betrayed and believing that the NHS itself was "knackered", Charlie publicly quit his job. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1167 (Casualty)|Episode 1167]])
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On [[14 March]], Charlie treated a woman with dementia named [[Cynthia Harborn|Cynthia]] and neglected to make a record of her DNR. When she was found unresponsive by reception, the resus team managed to revive Cynthia before Charlie could inform them of the document; the amount of the time her brain had been starved of oxygen meant that she had potentially sustained brain damage. Fletch questioned Charlie about his failure to note the DNR, but Charlie asserted that he was being used as a scapegoat. After learning that a colleague had voiced their concerns about his wellbeing, Charlie berated David, Jade and Fletch. Feeling betrayed and believing that the NHS itself was "knackered", Charlie publicly quit his job. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1167 (Casualty)|Episode 1167]])
   
 
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==Personal life==
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