As the NHS continues to face workforce challenges, the attention this week has focused on how the recruitment of people from outside of the UK might look after the UK’s departure from the European Union.
User involvement in care: avoiding tokenism and achieving partnership
1 May, 2004
Jenny Buckley, MA (Nursing), RGN, RNT, Dip HE Palliative CareHead of Education, St Wilfrid's Hospice, ChichesterPeople's perceptions of health care have come a long way since the days when many families kept money in the 'jar on the mantelpiece' to pay for a consultation with a doctor (Tony Blair, in the foreword to The NHS Plan, 2000). In the 21st-century NHS the law expects patients, carers and other stakeholders to be involved in shaping and delivering local health services.
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