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Joela Mathews Dec 11
Is workforce crisis bigger than the funding crisis for the NHS ? No point having extra money for posts if no one available to fill them.
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Joela Mathews Dec 11
I wonder if it is possible to answer this in an evening ?
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Dr Sophie Hay Mar 16
Offered a cloak of invisibility & antibiotics to visit any moment in ancient history, is more concerned that gives her a ticket back to the present! Thought it nicely echoed her important point of how we should not romanticise the Classical past.
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David Miller Dec 11
There's "no excuse" for leaders of NHS organisations that don't achieve goals when others are succeeding, says Need to go and talk to the successful ones and find out what they're doing, not accept failure.
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Tanya Basi Dec 11
Did you know a study in Isreal found that time father's spent with their children lead to greater changes in their brain? The greater the brain changes the higher their child's socio-economic development later in life
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Funmi Alder Jul 26
Excellent event last night - The Black Girl Bible: Empowering the next generation. Audience feedback affirmed every word said, such is the unfortunate commonality of our experiences. Uplifting, inspiring & invigorating.
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Jo Somerset Dec 12
Look out for a poem for each English cathedral coming from@Carol Ann Duffy after poet laureate-dom
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Sarah Pinch Dec 11
Great to hear place equality at the heart of a future for the nhs
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David Miller Dec 11
From : the NHS has become the National Suffering Service because it's the only place people can turn to when other services have been cut back. Need to get back to keeping people well.
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Joela Mathews Dec 11
The needs to be a step change in service provision. Otherwise the extra funding will never be enough to combat the workforce crisis which includes burnout of existing staff (as well as gaps in staffing rotas)
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David Miller Dec 11
Chair of , thinks tech is part of the solution to the NHS' challenge. Current systems she uses as a GP are highly unreliable. But doesn't want all the cash to go straight into pockets of big private software suppliers.
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John Domokos Sep 20
Inspiring event in last night. Thanks to all who came. 'What next for Stoke?' was the question, so vast + open. But I felt the start of an answer was there in the room
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iulia Dec 6
WHOA gives 6 months full paid to either parent 👏🏻 95% fathers took some time, on average 4 months, 67% took the full 6 months! It’s not a culture issue, it’s policy and money. Company actually foots the govt bill to provide this benefit
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Philip Davies Dec 12
Replying to @RichardDMurray1
#4 Richard Murray - Biggest potential disruptor for the NHS over the next 10 years? Apart from the usual digital stuff - antimicrobial resistance. Too many leaders just don't get it and are ignoring the scale of the threat and potential impacts.
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Emily Coady-Stemp Oct 10
“I need to be clear, there will be absolutely no one on this stage tonight ‘for balance’” ✊🏼
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Sara Williams Sep 19
Does it matter that we are six towns? Should we do more about being one city? How can we give equal focus to everywhere? Is this one of the key challenges for and us all?
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Max Rushden Nov 29
KICK OFF DELAYED BY FIVE MINUTES BECAUSE OF CROWD CONGESTIONS Keep your questions coming... use the above hashtag
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Vivien Mason Oct 22
“When you're feeling in the dumps, forget about the Trumps! Just purse your lips and whistle, that's the thing.” - with
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David Miller Dec 11
Victor Abedowale: we need to address the decline in life expectancy amongst the least well off. Those who need care most are least able to access it.
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David Miller Dec 11
Common theme from panel at is the workforce crisis. Unable to spend announced £20bn if there aren't staff to hire. Nurse shortage is only going to get worse with no bursary, and GPs are quitting under pressure at both start and end of careers.
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