Monthly Archives: June 2014

Academic lean practitioner?

Academic lean practitioner?  Can those words be put together?  The joke I have realised during this past year of academia, is that as there is more [value adding] research, reading, thinking and writing to do, academics procrastinate more, there are even … Continue reading

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Lessons from “the other side”: teaching and learning from doctors’ illness narratives

Originally posted on A Better NHS:
An abridged version was published on the British Medical Journal website here and the full version is below. I am happy to teach medical students, doctors and educators – I am teaching in london this…

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Happy Birthday UK Lean Healthcare

I went to a conference recently, well a celebratory event about improvement in the NHS (it wasn’t actually a birthday party).  It was a fairly typical regional type conference designed to encourage and enthuse front-line staff in improvement activity, specifically lean activity and provide … Continue reading

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