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Walking Backwards for Christmas

Introduction by Professor Marcus Longley, Director of WIHSC and Professor of Applied Health Policy Glyn Griffiths is one of the noble band of WIHSC Associates on whom we rely for much of our work.  A pharmacist by training, and a … Continue reading

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History teaches us that working together works

It’s useful, now and again, to look back on our past successes.  This is not just to make ourselves feel good – although a little bit of that now and again does no harm – but to learn the lessons … Continue reading

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Trust me, I’m a cutter

Tuesday’s news that the NHS in Wales will need to cut more than £380m by April will have come as no real surprise to anyone. Commentators are beginning to run out of clichés and euphemisms for the process of making … Continue reading

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