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Language, art and a bit of elbow grease

We’ve had 10 contributions this week – thanks to everyone who’s blogged, read and liked the posts, as well as anyone who’s decided to follow the blog. It’s been great reading all your posts, and I highly recommend looking after

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Words

Mhairi Hastings, Nurse Manager for PCCD West, NHS Dumfries and Galloway, has been reading about Innovation, Creativity, Change and Research in healthcare and has been struck by the words and language that we use everyday, but that we perhaps don’t analyse

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The naked public servant

Here’s a fantastic post from Phil Jewitt looking at the importance of getting back to basics with the language that we use, how he learns from networking, plus a bit more on ‘complex adaptive systems theory’! The naked public servant |

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