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Benefits, barriers and opportunities? The role of Health and Wellbeing Boards in the new NHS landscape
Posted on 22. Mar, 2013 by Rebecca Crouch.
The decreasing role of the Government and the Department of Health in managing the country’s services will be one of the most striking changes in the new NHS landscape. Accompanied by a fresh wave of new acronyms to represent its new boards and bodies, as of April 2013, many of these responsibilities will be cascaded [...]
Posted on 06. Apr, 2010 by phaedrus.
Having conveyed some guilt in my recent post, ‘Bacon on Test’, due to excess bacon consumption in the name of science, it happily all washed away one morning last week when my colleague, ‘Ze Frollein’, told me that “a fry-up is the best way to start your day”. Now, although it was April fool’s day, [...]
Posted on 18. Feb, 2010 by phaedrus.
As someone who often resorts to the easy, timesaving and gratifying (if unhealthy) breakfast solution of the local cafe fried bacon and egg sandwich, I have decided to justify this little vice by turning it into a scientific study designed to improve public welfare. If, at the very least, I make myself sick of this [...]
Posted on 11. Feb, 2009 by phaedrus.
As a regular tube user, I have always gained a modicum of gratification from most of my journeys on our capital’s subterranean train system. I derive aesthetic pleasure from the comprehensive linkage made available to London’s citizens and am usually provided with my daily fix of people-watching by my brief morning and evening travel stints. [...]