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A few images[observations] from the West End of Glasgow, Monday 14th September 2020:

HOME and AWAY

Yesterday I took Big Ted with me yesterday to Glasgow. I was not there for any reason other than to wander and observe. I was exploring the West end area … Continue reading HOME and AWAY

‘How to lose your fear of Data’

Through work, this invitation recently came my way: As part of this Health & Social Care Digital Leaders Summit the expert panels and workshops will demonstrate “how to lose your … Continue reading ‘How to lose your fear of Data’

The world is a more wonderful and a more surprising place

This is a film based on the chaotic pendulum. My friend, David Harrowes, took me to St. Mary Redcliffe parish church in Bristol. I cannot recall the year. But it … Continue reading The world is a more wonderful and a more surprising place

Protected: May it be granted the older you are

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Sunshine Act for Scotland: transparency, independence and accountability

Mrs Chrys Muirhead, writer and carer, has submitted this response to the BMJ: This was in reply to this “no holds barred” piece in the BMJ by Dr Margaret McCartney:

“Freedom to speak up” and a “Stronger voice”

Last week Sir Robert Francis, QC, published his review Freedom to Speak Up. I was interested in this review given my recent experiences. In putting patients first I have always supported … Continue reading “Freedom to speak up” and a “Stronger voice”

NHS Boards are not following existing guidance

The Petitions Committee of the Scottish Parliament are to meet on Tuesday 27th January 2015 to give further consideration of my petition for a Sunshine Act, PE1493. I lodged this … Continue reading NHS Boards are not following existing guidance