NHS Survival kindly published a blog recently that I first wrote back in October 2014 concerning the state of the NHS at the time and what my thoughts were on helping to solve the issues. Having seen the NHS Survival campaign, this led me to remember this blog and I re-read it to remind myself what I had written and wonder whether the blog still rang true today. Since it got published the initial feedback I’ve had it obviously is still very relevant today, but is there anything different today that could help, that wasn’t around in 2014? Well, I hope so….

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Don't you just love a bit of serendipity? A string of random events which position themselves around each other to have a huge collective impact. For me it's been a hospital appointment, a book I've read, some workshops, a totally unexpected invitation and some great Twitter conversations. Together they've pushed me out of my comfort zone and made me think about everything a little bit differently - and I'm loving it. 

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