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#1
This was an enjoyable and thought provoking meeting for those who came but considering the enormous numbers of people professionally involved in health and care, I have to admit to being disappointed that we were so few.  

I know 'the only thing which happened is the only thing which could have' and ' those who came with the right people' but it did flag to me that we don't really have a right to say, 'We think you should be thinking better about a topic of our choice.'  

More important, I think, to find people who are trying to bring about change and see if they would like our help with their thinking processes.
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#1
This was an enjoyable and thought provoking meeting for those who came but considering the enormous numbers of people professionally involved in health and care, I have to admit to being disappointed that we were so few.  

I know 'the only thing which happened is the only thing which could have' and ' those who came with the right people' but it did flag to me that we don't really have a right to say, 'We think you should be thinking better about a topic of our choice.'  

More important, I think, to find people who are trying to bring about change and see if they would like our help with their thinking processes.
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#2
Change is a difficult thing to enact.
I saw this on BBC iPlayer the other day and thought I'd post it here: BBC iPlayer - Adam Curtis - Can't Get You Out of My Head
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#2
Change is a difficult thing to enact.
I saw this on BBC iPlayer the other day and thought I'd post it here: BBC iPlayer - Adam Curtis - Can't Get You Out of My Head
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