Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Night of the Long Numbers

It’s the BBC Children in Need extravaganza tonight (other charity telethons are available) and there are two things I particularly enjoy looking out for at this event: whether they are able to raise more money than the previous year as … Continue reading

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Governing the new NHS

Where do we go now with governance?  Wales is bedding down new structures and arrangements and England is about to embark on a journey into the largely uncharted waters of GP Commissioning Consortia.  There is a general perception that governance … Continue reading

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Scottish Health Policy

Having been in Scotland for 18 months I have had the temerity to put in writing some points of interest for others in the UK – please have a look at my short commentary on Health Matters,  Health in Scotland: Growing … Continue reading

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