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Fiona Ross CBE
Prof health and social care , Chair Trustees Princess Alice Hospice , President , Fellow & grandmother - tweets my own
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Trisha Greenhalgh #FBPE Aug 11
Turned up early to give a lunchtime lecture. Was wearing a navy jacket and white shirt. Waited. Mostly-male audience arrived. Senior prof turns to me and says "It's time you took the cling film off the sandwiches now surely?"
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Ruth Harris Aug 2
Higher productivity rates...”attributed to colleagues having shared values, a sense of togetherness and being committed to philanthropic goals.” Important to remember with current emphasis on increased productivity and ‘stretch targets’.
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Fiona Ross CBE Jun 28
Voted! Hope it goes well...Fiona
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Vijaya Nath Jun 27
. invitation to input into our session what does your organisation value most when recruiting to senior leadership roles ?
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Steve West CBE, DL Jun 27
Key to enhancing the Mental Health and Wellbeing in our universities is strategic leadership and focus. We need to join-up our support in partnership with our students and staff. We need to work with NHS & Charities to coordinate support pathways and we need to share data.
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Jonathan Ellis Jun 25
It’s vital takes action on the impact of the pay increase on . It will add £60m+ to hospice costs but currently no plans to allow hospices to access the extra £4.3bn set aside for the NHS to meet the cost
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John de Pury Jun 23
I despair of this idea that professional and academic standing, higher skills and knowledge exclude compassionate care. When I need looking after I don’t want a doctor’s handmaiden, I want an engaged, confident and up to date professional. Don’t you?
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Kevin Coutinho Jun 20
Thanks to for sharing the and at and emphasising the need for "uncomfortable conversations" so that we can progress
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Fiona Ross CBE Jun 20
Congratulations on very enjoyable inaugural - your girls must be proud of their Dad!
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Fiona Ross CBE Jun 20
Excellent day lots to think about and even more to do!
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Louise Ndibwirende Jun 20
Replying to @OpBlackVote
We need to ask ourselves: Why are there more black staff at our universities working as cleaning staff than academics? "I don't want you to leave today feeling burdened. I want you to feel 10 feet tall, empowered to make change."
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Dom Jackson-Cole Jun 20
Simon Woolley says we need to lay the bare truth (data) to start making changes. Step change needs to start from the top.
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Femi Jun 19
Replying to @Jacob_Rees_Mogg
If I spend less on food, let's say £0, yes, there's a theoretical dividend, but let's just say it probably won't work out for me.
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Ed Miliband Jun 18
He lies about crime in Britain, he lies about crime in Germany, he lies about and defends his cruel, inhumane, barbaric policy of separating babies and children at the border, a new low even for him, and in less than four weeks, will roll out the red carpet. Really?
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Trisha Greenhalgh #FBPE Jun 15
Spouse: Apparently Scotland passed a law banning upskirting 9 years ago. Me: Yeah, men wear skirts in Scotland.
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Ruth Harris Jun 14
So excited about this project! Such an important area of research with potential to have an impact on patient and staff experience in acute hospital care
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Jonathan Ellis Jun 13
Baroness Finaly points out that we wouldn’t accept gaps in maternity services, so why do we tolerate gaps in
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Jonathan Ellis Jun 13
Imp point from - High vacancy rates in district and community nursing is a significant barrier
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EL4C Jun 11
Theresa May promised in June 2017 that "Residents of Grenfell Tower will be rehoused within three weeks." As much of 80% were still waiting for new homes after 6 months and now, 52 weeks later, she admits that there are still families waiting to be rehoused. An utter disgrace.
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Hendrika Santer Bream Jun 10
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