Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Anything-but Unremarkable Lessons of the Quiet Leader

Originally posted on anniecoops:
I’m quite a noisy, bouncy person.  I can also be loud and bossy, asserting strongly a principle or point of view.  Of course I know that and I try hard to be balanced and make sure I…

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What can the devolution of Health and Social care in Manchester learn from oversight in from existing devolved areas of the UK

Hi I just wrote a new blog, which is on the Manchester University Policy Blogs site….it is about what the devolution of health and social care in Manchester oversight proposals could learn from the oversight arrangements that have been established … Continue reading

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“WE NEED MORE STAFF….” – My action for NHS Change Day

Originally posted on Lynton Lane:
When I was in theatre last week for minor surgery, the clinical staff went through the theatre checklist with ease. They must have done this thousands of times before, but I felt so reassured by…

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