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Defending standards in a time of austerity

The governance of the NHS is probably not an obvious spectator sport, much less one you would thinking of taking part in.  (What does it mean, even?)  But we really should be pulling on our boots and getting ready to … Continue reading

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One patient’s ‘inspection’ – what is really important?

I’m afraid I cannot agree with Marcus Longley’s conclusion about the Department of Health’s recent report Hospital Inspections – Led by Patients. He says: “At least they know what matters most to their patients”.  I would say they only know … Continue reading

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