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#MatExp featured prominently in ‘The State of Maternity Services in England’ policy document
How much can be achieved in two years?
The answer is a phenomenal amount if you set your mind to it! Continue reading
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#MatExp – proving that you don’t have to ‘ask for permission’ to make change
We are really chuffed to be invited to take part in the opening session of the NHS transformathon – a 24 hour global engage-a-thon on 27/28 January led by Helen Bevan and Alison Cameron. You can read about it here … Continue reading
Do we really listen to children and young people in health care?
I love it when I find the right partners. We see the opportunity to do something imaginative together and we just get on and do it. ‘JFDI’ It is one of the biggest advantages of being a small organisation. And so … Continue reading
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