Category Archives: Health

Health is not the opposite of illness

Love and war

Every now and then we seem to drift into war talk, in the west anyway, and maybe in many places of the world. As troops pull out of Afghanistan the new threat seems to be Iran, and you would not … Continue reading

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How to run the NHS part 3

In my other two blogs on how to run the NHS I noted the need to slice the NHS services into those for the up to 18 months of age services, those for people in their last 18 months and … Continue reading

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How to run the NHS part 2

Yesterday I looked in a small way at how reasoning would lead to slicing the NHS into different kinds of organisations, one dealing with from pre pregnancy to 18 months old, another for the last 18 months of life and … Continue reading

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How to run the NHS

Having written a simple little book, How to Advise the President, it seems only fair that I should offer some advice for free on How to run the NHS. This is prompted by hearing that a former boss and good … Continue reading

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What’s wrong with therapy? Cults, the NHS and Landmark explored.

I have never been keen on the notion of therapy, maybe because those dishing it out seem to be as troubled as those receiving it, if not more so. In the UK there is a big fuss about reorganisation of … Continue reading

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The one thing wrong with Government is….

In an established democracy of more than 60 million people  you would think after 1000 years we would be able to get the UK Government right, but we don’t. It might be that it is a ‘really difficult job’, but … Continue reading

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Hooked on growth

The film shown by Transition Chichester last night was Hooked on Growth, created by an organisation called Growth Busters. The film is carried through the true story of how Dave Gardner, a film director,  becomes so concerned about growth as the only … Continue reading

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