Another government attempt at confidential data snatching from the NHS?

My first thought was ‘here we go again’, but as the Dave ‘n’ Gid partnership seems intent on selling as much as they can, especially if it will ease the way to privatisation, I believe this might be a more sinister move. (The images are my addition.) From Anthony Gold Solicitors via Lexology.com The PrimeContinue reading “Another government attempt at confidential data snatching from the NHS?”

The Weekend Read – Better by Atul Gawande

If Atul Gawande is anything like as good a surgeon as he is a writer and thinker then his patients are in good hands. Subtitled, “A Surgeons Notes on Performance” the author looks at medicine in a variety of locations from battlefields in Iraq, through courtrooms to maternity suites and specialities including treating polio outbreaksContinue reading “The Weekend Read – Better by Atul Gawande”

Monday 13th July 2015 – Cardiff and a very happy day.

When I passed my finals in 1978 my father sent me a note which read, “Alun, Congratulations. It was your day but you made it ours as well. We will celebrate when we meet. Dad.” 37 years on, I have written a similar note to our son but can also share my good wishes inContinue reading “Monday 13th July 2015 – Cardiff and a very happy day.”

The Weekend Read. Start with Why by Simon Sinek.

With a sub-title of “How great leaders inspire everyone to take action” this book sets its stall out from the very start. Simon Sinek first came to my attention when I watched his celebrated Ted Talk (see below) and I was wary that this book would be “just” another “how to beat the competition byContinue reading “The Weekend Read. Start with Why by Simon Sinek.”