The NHS Reforms on one side of A4Posted: May 2, 2012
What you can download here:
After explaining the NHS Reforms for the millionth time to a member of the public (in biro on the back of an NHS Catering serviette) I set myself the challenge of trying to produce a one-page diagram showing the very basics of the reforms.
Here is my final effort:
I decided to make it very simple and stick to the BIG MESSAGES, rather than attempting to capture the detail e.g. of clustering, which seems to make the most enthusiastic member of the public glaze over and start looking for their PPI sandwich rations, but so far this diagram seems to do the job. I think it gets the balance between boring people senseless and over-simplifying, but I’m very open to any suggested amendments.
And then I made a local version…
Well I liked this so much that I made a local version for Somerset, showing exactly what budgets were going where, and what the GP localities looked like in the county. So here is the local picture for Somerset:
What to do with this data:
- Print it out and stick it on your wall so you can admire it.
- Print out copies and hand them out to members of the public (and local councillors, they will LOVE you big time).
- Make a local version – oh yes you can! – just like mine.
>> Here’s the original document in Powerpoint for you edit and make your own!
This will make you very popular.