Posts for the “c. Processes of Governance in use” category

English context of Autism in relation to medical and other political formulations

by Julia Evans on June 30, 2012

The Law Commission’s consultation on regulation of health and social care professionals: a response: 31st May 2012: Julia Evans

by Julia Evans on May 31, 2012

Contents 1)  The Law Commission’s consultation on regulation of health and social care professionals 2)  Julia Evans’s response to this further CON-sultation 3)  The Law Commission’s acknowledgement of receipt 4)  (…)

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For your action (UK):the Law Commission’s CON-sultation which closes on 31st May 2012

by Julia Evans on May 28, 2012

Thank you to the informant who spotted this. This Government is exceeding the last Government’s standards of CON-sultation.  It CON-sults those who it knows will say ‘yes’. Your action is (…)

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…his lack of any self-limiting principle. If the problem is limits, then this is a problem without an easy solution, because we too have learnt to be limitlessly acquisitive: Christopher Caldwell

by Julia Evans on April 27, 2012

Power and limits. I suggest, following the theologian René Girard[i], that there are two foundations for the way in which we choose to relate to others.  I will be developing (…)

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For your participation: The CHRE CON-sults

by Julia Evans on April 18, 2012

The CHRE [Endnote i] posted its consultation on voluntary registers its website on 18th April 2012.  Closing date is 10 July. Available here Thank you, as ever, to my informant – (…)

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Who regulates – The all-knowing Government from a position of total control or institutions based in the development of practice….

by Julia Evans on April 3, 2012

Well, of course, the all-knowing Government using Privy Council power, See below: Letter published in the  Daily Telegraph – 3rd April 2012  and available here Regulating dentists  SIR – The (…)

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What escapes when regulation is used to address risk…

by Julia Evans on March 14, 2012

What is good for the goose (Financial Services) is good for the gander (services or treatments within the Government’s high-risk (mental) health industry).   At the bottom, there are some (…)

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Simplification is necessary in research. But it has limitations in providing a grand theory of everything.

by Julia Evans on March 3, 2012

Quotes from: ‘The wealth of nations’ a book review by Martin Wolf of ‘Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity and Poverty’ by James A. Robinson and Daron Acemoglu. (…)

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It is now officially evidence-based: NHS will have to ration further treatments…

by Julia Evans on February 27, 2012

The evidence, as reported in The Guardian  [i], is :  ‘A representative survey of 821 GPs in England, commissioned by the Nuffield Trust health thinktank.’ The conclusion:  ‘The NHS is (…)

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Sadeian power, the UK Government……… & CON-sultations

by Julia Evans on February 3, 2012

Contents   1)  A further post to www.LacanianWorks.net : my response to a Government CON-sultation, assumptions & the concrete wall which protects the collaborators & excludes everyone else. 2)  How (…)

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