The courage of compassion - King's Fund
their compassion, professionalism and effectiveness. ... radical innovation and new ways of working emerging in response to the crisis, which must be built upon and systematised. The pandemic has highlighted the health consequences of discrimination, inequalities, exclusion and racism experienced by communities across the UK, ...
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