Managing Partnerships for Health Improvement East Glasgow CHCP Staff Survey. Jane Mackinnon Moira Fischbacher Judy Pate Phil Beaumont September 2006. Introduction. Researchers from Glasgow Uni Business & Management Dept Funded by the Glasgow Centre for Population Health
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“…since 1996, change has followed change with no real overall improvement in service, (until recently by some accounts), or indeed no opportunity to absorb the lessons of change…Having said this, many of us recognise the need to change, to alter and organise our services in better, more dynamic, joined up ways, but by instalment, not in a wholesale fashion which this current change feels like, already. Change should be a necessary, but positive action. Many of us have a strong suspicion of, and a poor experience of change. Surely, these perceptions must be the first thing to change, in order to prepare the way for greater change to come. The question is, will this happen or will this simply be another period of change for changes sake, giving the illusion of fundamental restructuring while really adding very little of value?”
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