The results of an independent inquiry into claims of a bullying culture within NHS Highland is due to be delivered in the coming weeks, the Cabinet Secretary for Health has confirmed.
NHS Highland's board chairman yesterday admitted the bullying scandal which has rocked the health authority had caused victims "pain and sorrow".
As many as 1,000 people could have been affected by the NHS Highland bullying scandal, one of the whistleblowing doctors predicted yesterday.
NHS Highland’s bullying crisis has deepened with calls for a public inquiry because there is “no faith that the existing senior leadership team” can resolve the issue.
The Press and Journal first raised the issue of bullying claims within NHS Highland back in July.