I think we can all be guilty of letting the little things slip because the Titanic momentum of the NHS in action can make the problem seem insurmountable. But, like they say, how do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.
This is going to get a bit ranty at points, & I’m finding it really hard to write for some reason, so I will try and remain coherent…
It’s a year since the Francis Inquiry published. If 2013 was the year of the big 3 reports into NHS failings (Francis/Keogh/Berwick), the details in the Public Inquiry into failings at Mid-Staffs (Francis) was probably the most harrowing as far as personal stories were concerned. Unsurprisingly, this has generated a lot of interest at the one year anniversary: how do we move on, take the lessons from Francis (and the others), and make the NHS better?
Yesterday I went to a conference on Implementing the recommendations to The Francis Inquiry.
It was a brilliant line-up, including people I’d always wanted to hear in public like Julie Bailey & Ann Clwyd MP.
I work in the NHS and I find some things…
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