Why local authorities should avoid rushing to meet the government's 2023 plan deadline, by Catriona Riddell

In the late 1990s at an internal training day, I was asked what would happen if I made a mistake in my work. Although I cannot recall exactly what I said in response, we were all humbled by the answer from one of the group's care worker managers who said that if she got things wrong, someone could die.

by Catriona Riddell

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