In 2018/19, a staggering 80,000 NHS frontline Health Care Workers were recorded as declining the Flu immunisation. What message does that give?
It’s easy to get angry with vax-denial and its impact on public health. But maybe we need to be more imaginative in the ways we address underlying issues.
What might a democratic system that can start to address the real issues that pervade the 21st century look like? How might it provide a way to deal with the issues of rapidly, relentlessly rising demand and the need to make prevention as effective as possible?
It is a mistake to think that new paradigms can be imposed. The complex interactions of our beliefs, values, behaviours and processes behave like a system with many players. Component parts of systems adjust within their own time scales within a period of some lasting upheaval before a steady-state (if ever) is reached
Volunteering is part and parcel of the wider assets we and communities bring to the overall collective of resources.
Are there really solutions in the modern health care world? Can there really be an end-state in an environment of constant flux?
Pronouncements about DNAs are becoming a bit of a new year tradition.
What lies in store for 2 Jan 2020?