Monthly Archives: January 2011

Not such a quiet storm

The Health and Social Care Bill aimed at modernising the NHS in England has now been published. Unsurprisingly, there is widespread concern about the proposed scale and pace of change and the risks this carries, especially at a time when … Continue reading

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Rights-based approaches: a good starting point in the days of austerity?

Like most blogs in this series, the following reflections understandably focus on the austerity measures currently being introduced across the UK. Unlike the prevailing media and even academic discourses on these measures, which focus on their likely impacts, I put … Continue reading

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