In a previous post I drew attention to the increasingly mechanical language of Health Improvement.
This current post starts with recent communication by National Health Improvement Leads in Scotland:
One of my favourite writers is Robert Louis Stevenson. In “an apology for idlers” he considers how humankind tends to approach understanding:
Mary Midgley, now aged 95 years, is one of my favourite moral philosophers. In “Heart and mind” she considers “tests”:
Mary Midgley has written a lot about reductionism:
Healthcare Improvement Scotland outline that they are “one organisation, with all activities aimed at driving improvements in healthcare”:
If you search Healthcare Improvement Scotland for “philosophy” you get three results, none of which actually relate to philosophical study:
If you search Healthcare Improvement Scotland for “ethics” you get zero results:
Dr Murad Moosa Khan is a psychiatrist for older adults, who like me, has an interest in ethics:
In a recent talk he said:
and later concluded:
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