Monthly Archives: May 2010

Disasters and WIHSC

On average, a major disaster occurs every day somewhere in the world. There are many, many more minor disasters and incidents and other traumatic events. Typically, the news media, whether international, national, regional or local, focus on events that are … Continue reading

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More not Less for public services

As with all sectors these are difficult times and for those of us involved in partnership work with the Local Authorities and Local Health Boards in delivering health and social care services there are many looking upwards for the axe … Continue reading

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Health and patient information: the ethical dilemmas

Health information and patient information are different types of information, otherwise they would not be named differently. But they beg the same issue. How are the countless provisions of them in Wales best described: as the outcomes of activities or … Continue reading

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Taking Liberties

This, in retirement, is what I do one way or another every day, as well as every couple of weeks or so. And the taking of liberties brings, in turn, unbridled joy alongside deep, conflicting thoughts. Never have I had … Continue reading

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Cameron’s broken Britain?

One of the claims by Conservative leader David Cameron was that Britain is broken. I understand this to say that many systems no longer function and that much of society lives outside of social norms. I seem to remember that … Continue reading

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