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Why do vulnerable people need statutory services in order to access their own community?

Personalisation, Social Prescribing and Communities

At the end of last year I was part of a bid that Locality put together to NHS England who were looking to… 727 more words

NHSE

My Geek Treat. My Filofax.

The geek in me must’ve erupt or something this week! I’ve been looking at different ways to try and organise myself, the blog, that work/life balance that feels like the scales are constantly tipped to work (even with more time off than usual this week, can’t shake the feeling). 546 more words

Ramblings

Patterns: my own wallpaper.

(French below – français plus bas)

After months of unsuccessful attempts, I finally managed to make my own background for this blog. I trully love repetitive patterns but I’m crap at it – probably a lack of precision and discipline. 137 more words

Art

Embroidery or print: which to choose?

When advertising their business, many companies (bizarrely) don’t take their uniform into consideration. Maybe it’s because we hear on a daily basis how our uniform is helping others to promote their services that we assume everyone is aware of the impact, but unfortunately this is not the case! 242 more words

Painters

Embroidery or print: which to choose?

When advertising their business, many companies (bizarrely) don’t take their uniform into consideration. Maybe it’s because we hear on a daily basis how our uniform is helping others to promote their services that we assume everyone is aware of the impact, but unfortunately this is not the case! 243 more words

Extending a little thought experiment

David Wiley has posed a little thought experiment that encourages reflection around levels of automation and “personalisation” within a University course. Judging by my Twitter stream it appears to have arisen out of a session or happening from the… 2,080 more words

Thesis

I want more

I’ve been reading a lot about personalisation lately and how the strategy itself is the driving force for some Christmas campaigns. Looking back over Christmas just gone, it’s pretty accurate. 370 more words

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