Change its name and it's still the same!
Such Folly, Mr. Lamb. You led the lady on. You courted a lady's trust with glib assurances and a false pretence at sincerity.You are as conniving as the worst of the political kind. So few and so scarce are the best...?
You are dishonourable, sir. You are a cad. And who is your choice for a chair..?
- A guest speaker at Marie Curie along with Dr Jocelyn Cornwell, Director of the King’s Fund Point of Care project and Mr Steve Dewar, Director of End of Life Research.
- A person who is clearly an interested party. "As Julia Neuberger pointed out,(4) superb care is possible and can provide a “good death” at home. With the use of such a framework for GP practices , more would be enabled to do so." JE, Ward C. Care of the dying patient: the last hours or days of life. BMJ 2003;326:30-34 2. Neuberger J. Commentary: a "good death" is possible in the NHS. BMJ 2003;326:30-34 3. NHS Trust A v M, NHS Trust B v H  Fam 348 4. Airedale NHS Trust v Bland  AC 789
- A person, wonder of wonders, already openly welcomed into office by Marie Curie and nursing groups.
That person: Baroness Neuberger, who has said, “At its best
leads the world in end-of-life care but it is not always perfect and we need to
work hard to get it right.” Britain
A lack of a Pathway does not mean a lack of provident care...
MONDAY, 14 JANUARY 2013
Keep this man, surely a blessing to his flock, in your prayers or in your thoughts according to your belief, for here is a man who retains that spark of common decency and holds it high, a lantern to guide us all. He puts our politicians and our doctors to eternal shame.