Posted by: ayrshirehealth | October 28, 2015

Always Events by @pauljebb1


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  1. I worry that the importance of the central message of this article will be lost in a forest of impenetrable management-speak and jargon. One example:

    “An Always Event is a clear, action-oriented, and pervasive practice or set of behaviours that:”

    What’s wrong with “something which should always happen.”?

    Many readers will give up at “Compassion in Practice Strategy (2012) Action Area Two” Honestly who thinks up these titles? It might as well be written in Latin.

    As I say, it’s a pity but few people will get the point.


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