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August 6, 2015

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» Dear Diary by Morton Warner, Emeritus Professor

Introduction by Marcus Longley, Director of WIHSC and Professor of Applied Health Policy This week’s blog, the seventh in our ‘20 blogs for 20 years’ is by the man who started the whole thing off 20 years ago – Professor Morton … Continue reading

February 21, 2013

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» WAIT `TIL YOUR FATHER GETS HOME

In dysfunctional families authority often fails to be exercised at the time of the misdemeanour.  The sanction is delayed; and another force is threatened for a later time.  When there is no `Father’ either the problem is dealt with, unwise … Continue reading

October 4, 2012

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» One patient’s ‘inspection’ – what is really important?

I’m afraid I cannot agree with Marcus Longley’s conclusion about the Department of Health’s recent report Hospital Inspections – Led by Patients. He says: “At least they know what matters most to their patients”.  I would say they only know … Continue reading

April 7, 2011

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» STRESS TEST THE NHS

Another contribution to the fierce debate on the reform of NHS England is published in today’s Guardian from WIHSC Emeritus Professor, Morton Warner. Andrew Lansley cut a lonely figure as he announced a “natural break” to review his NHS reforms. (Guardian … Continue reading

March 14, 2011

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» DON’T POLITICISE BIG SOCIETY ANIMATEURS

I hope my sense of déjà vu is not realised when one aspect of David Cameron`s Big Society comes into being (Report, 19 February). It is that the intended national cadre of five thousand community organisers are hijacked to become … Continue reading