What scares me is the possibility of winding up on a flimsy cot, dying all alone in the middle of Central Park or in the Javits Center, and then being shipped to one of those white refrigerated morgue trucks.
Formula One has come to rescue of the NHS by delivering a prototype breathing machine to treat critically ill Covid-19 patients. I wasn’t in the least bit surprised. Healthcare in the UK has learned much from high performance racing teams. My son has benefitted directly.
The compassionate revolution has started. Clapping for carers, clapping for the NHS. This was the UK’s singing-from-the balcony moment.
My blog for @Think_Unthink inspired by the news that @MercedesAMGF1 is working with @UCL & @UCLH to develop a breathing machine for critically ill #COVID19 patients. It’s not the first time #F1 has teamed up with the NHS to save lives #leadership https://t.co/210QsNYJZz pic.twitter.com/1yLQPJFWwl— Carley Bowman (@CarleyRBowman) March 31, 2020
“Conformity qualifying leaders for the top in many ways disqualifies them them from appreciating the scale of disruption. Leaders can lead if they have humility, are prepared to be flexible & engage with those working with & for them.” @NikGowing #SDG16 @Leadership4SDGs #corona pic.twitter.com/MAIGgsBF4C— Simone Filippini
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