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|caption = The website in February 2018
 
|caption = The website in February 2018
|first = [[Series 32 (Casualty)|Series 32]], [[Episode 1070 (Casualty)|Episode 22]]
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|first = [[Episode 1070 (Casualty)|Episode 1070]]
 
|firstdate = 3 February 2018
 
|firstdate = 3 February 2018
|last = [[Series 32 (Casualty)|Series 32]], [[Episode 1075 (Casualty)|Episode 27]]
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|last = [[Episode 1075 (Casualty)|Episode 1075]]
 
|lastdate = 10 March 2018
 
|lastdate = 10 March 2018
 
|status = <span style="color:red">Offline</span>
 
|status = <span style="color:red">Offline</span>

Latest revision as of 22:32, April 26, 2020

Rage in Resus was a blog created by Alicia Munroe in February 2018. Its purpose was to expose the weakness of the NHS, using Holby City Hospital's emergency department as an example. Alicia believed this would create a positive effect. (CAS: Episode 1070)

Weeks later, the blog gained national attention after Alicia unintentionally disclosed where she worked, putting the hospital under scrutiny. When a second blog post was published, the hospital trust demanded Clinical Lead Ethan Hardy to find out who was responsible for the blog. (CAS: Episode 1072)

In March, Alicia admitted that she was the blogger and agreed to permanently shut it down. (CAS: Episode 1075)

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