I have had considerable experience of patient transport personally and as a carer, including air ambulance from Geneva. The following is from my comments to the London Health care review2010. “Another area not mentioned in this consultation but critical to its success is patient transport. This is also a bureaucratic nightmare - small health trusts … Continue reading Patient Transport
Maybe most of the thinking about building together a good world has already been done 🙂 TURNING POINT newsletter March 1983 Turning Point is an international network of people whose individual concerns range very widely - environment, sex equality, third world, peace and disarmament, community po1itics, appropriate technology and alternatives in economics, health, education, agriculture, … Continue reading Turning Point Newsletter March 1983
Brilliant post, but are you thinking whole system about this 🙂 The open terminals should be at railway stations! We move stuff because we need it now or it will be needed to do something else. There are various permutations ourselves stuff we wear and carry people and stuff we move with … Continue reading The Armadillos are Coming Pt 2!
The post below has inspired me! the next post is a conversation that followed 🙂 please go to original here, below is an edited summary: Open Terminals Next step in city logistics: Open terminals 4 DECEMBER, 2016 by JOHAN ERLANDSSON Open terminals are city owned infrastructure where goods can be shifted from big vehicles to … Continue reading The Armadillos are coming 🙂
Introduction Thank you for this opportunity to submit some thoughts for your work. There is an extremely hoary and ancient joke that someone asked how to get somewhere. Ah I would not start from here. Karl Popper wrote: “I think that there is only one way to science – or to philosophy, for that matter: … Continue reading Network Rail – some thoughts about inclusion