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The Joburg Joburg Story: Finding the center

Trek to Downtown Joburg

During the beginning months of 2014, due to a culmination of (supernatural) circumstances for which I am very grateful, it so happened that on the 1st of March I moved into the apartment of my dreams: in the fabled CBD of Johannesburg, close to the… 2,400 more words

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I'll show you mine, if you show me yours

Many years ago I learnt a very hard lesson. It’s about good intentions but still getting it wrong. We all like to think that our contribution to care is visible and valued by others but do we really take the time to understand the perspective of others who support patients and just as importantly what putting the patient at the centre really means? 1,168 more words


Quality Consultants visit the Peer Training group

The Quality Consultant volunteers have a lot of work on at the moment, with several reviews under way, all at different stages. A review we have just recently started is an audit of volunteer training which will enable those attending to become peer support volunteers. 100 more words


CoLab Exchange

You are warmly invited to our first series of guided sessions designed to nurture understanding and practices for collaboration and co-production across Dudley borough. During each session you will be introduced to a wide range of ideas, thinking and practices which are being used around the world to accelerate collaboration and co-production. 217 more words


A Modern Folk Hero?

Yesterday, August 31st 2014, as I have been informed by a stream of posts on my facebook newsfeed, 443 people gathered in Temple Newsom, in Leeds, in an attempt to break the world record for… 2,243 more words

An historical note

The material on this site is part – an early (Spring 2010)  part – of the history of ALISS. Back then, we had a rough draft prototype of the ALISS Engine, but not a working version. 165 more words

Assets-based Approaches

Love - a dangerous game?

One of the great pleasures of having a blog is the opportunity it provides for pontificating, monologues, and general grandstanding. The opposite of co-production in other words (and I suspect that’s part of the charm too!). 870 more words

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