Archive for June, 2016

Lies, ‘Damned Lies and EU Referendum campaign statistics* – cutting through the rhetoric to the reality

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June 20th, 2016

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The murder of the British MP, Jo Cox last Thursday has put the whole nation in sombre mood in the run-up to the EU referendum this week. From the tributes paid from both sides of the debate, it is clear we have lost someone of real calibre. Appropriately, Jo’s death sparked a few days’ moratorium […]

Compassion means business – Part 2 Making One-to-Ones a PLEASURE

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June 15th, 2016

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In my last post, I commented on two reports. The first, Mental Health England’s Taskforce Report, reached the shocking conclusion that 75% of those with mental health problems receive no help at all from the NHS. The second, the Leading on Mental Wellbeing: Transforming the Role of Line Managers report strongly suggested that we shouldn’t […]