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CQC – 3 Big Reasons It Went Wrong; 3 Big Actions to Get It Right

CQC – 3 Big Reasons It Went Wrong; 3 Big Actions to Get It Right There’s too much mud-slinging going on as a result of the latest CQC debacle. If we can look behind the rhetoric, there are some pretty clear reasons as…

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What’s the problem with personalisation and mental health?

What’s the problem with personalisation and mental health? If we reflect on the main challenges that less than ten years ago prompted personalisation as a policy concept, they were about: people needing more control over their lives and…

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Challenging the views that Rosa Monkton shared on TV

Blog I cannot sleep without challenging the views that Rosa Monkton shared on TV http://www.itv.com/lorraine/hottopics/rosa-monckton-downs-syndrome/

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Dignity, Institutionalisation and the Francis Report

Dignity, Institutionalisation and the Francis Report Both the Francis Report on the neglect, abuse and deaths of predominantly older people in Mid-Staffordshire hospital and this week’s CQC report on wider hospital failure telling a…

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The Importance of Redundancy (a.k.a. Time to Think)

Blog Avid readers of this blog (and I know you’re out there) will have noticed a recent irregularity in its appearance. The reason is that I’ve…

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Social care ‘reform’: funding more of the same?

Blog The news feeds and social media have been alive today with the announcement on social care funding that was trailed over the weekend. The coalition government has unveiled plans to…

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The Burden of Ageing - Not

The Burden of Ageing - Not The area of government policy that has continually depressed me the most (and I’m talking successive governments here) is that around older people and ageing. What we at…

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Getting human and civil rights back on the agenda

Getting human and civil rights back on the agenda Here’s an optimistic wish for the new year – that human and civil rights returns to being a substantive policy and delivery priority in the health, social care…

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Winterbourne View – Reasons for Optimism?

Winterbourne View – Reasons for Optimism? An interesting thing has happened over the last few weeks. A government Minister listened to what knowledgeable people in the field were saying, took note, changed plans and instigated action.

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Austerity with Integrity

Austerity with Integrity About eighteen months ago, NDTi (or to be more precise one of our Associates, Simon Whitehead), coined the phrase ‘austerity with integrity’ in a discussion about how we…

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