Reductionism – truly, madly, deeply

On Friday the 25th of November 2016 I gave a talk for the Scottish Philosophy and Psychiatry Special Interest Group. My subject was “Improvement Science”. The following is based on the slides and … Continue reading Reductionism – truly, madly, deeply

“A person centred tool”

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 … Continue reading “A person centred tool”

Care of Older People in Hospital Standards

The Chair of Healthcare Improvement Scotland, Dr Denise Coia, has confirmed that the Care of Older People in Hospital Standards are scheduled to be published at the end of March 2015. … Continue reading Care of Older People in Hospital Standards

Apology from Healthcare Improvement Scotland

On the 30th January 2015 an apology was received from the Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Scrutiny & Assurance for Healthcare Improvement Scotland. Here is my reply of thanks: To: … Continue reading Apology from Healthcare Improvement Scotland