Showing respect for dependency
|Speaker:||Professor Tim Dartington, Associate of the Tavistock Institute and a visiting lecturer at the Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust.|
|Date:||Tuesday 23 October 2007|
|Location:||Room 106 Streatam Court|
There is an agenda of opportunity in health and social welfare policy, which contributes to an underlying psychological splitting between the heroic and the stoical in human relations. Why have health and social care systems proved so intractable to integration and partnership? Why were they separated in the first place? I draw on work of the Tavistock Institute in thinking about contemporary issues in a post-dependency culture of socio-economic relations and relate this to changing organisational contexts and the Janus-like leadership required.
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