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mutuality

A term adopted by the NHS to describe the Scottish Government's approach to delivering health services in Scotland, which was borrowed from Nicola Sturgeon’s foreword to Better Health, Better Care (Scottish Government, 2007), which states: “A mutual NHS is a vision based on a shift from seeing people as ‘patients’ or ‘service users’, to a new ethos for health that sees people and NHS staff as partners, or co-owners in the NHS, who have real involvement, representation and a voice that is heard."
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This speaks of consistency in action, but not of mutuality between the actions of parents and children.
In addition to mutuality, S&P's decision underscores the success of our strategies to stay focused on life insurance, support our career agency system and maintain our financial strength," Sternberg said.
The benefits of building societies and mutuality was drummed into me at an early age by my father.
elected to use in their published account offered the latitude to meet their goal of mutuality and to honor the distinctions between the voices of the different collaborators.
I am totally committed to mutuality - quite simply because it enables us to focus exclusively on our customers - delivering the best value and service, " says Ian.
While the campaign against Omar Bradley at times got personal, the issues and interests are authentic and the movement borne of mutuality will survive and grow - to the benefit of all people in Compton.
Many of their redefinitions are genuinely insightful, but the attempt to rescue "complementarity" between men and women seems both unsuccessful and unnecessary in the light of the functional mutuality and mutual transformation they see as the purpose and result of real marriages.
Stretton said: "It is abundantly clear that mutuality has served customers extremely well.
Speaking of the Africana heritage the black woman brings to this country, she stresses its impact on the society as reflected in the harmony and mutuality of black musical style.
Milhaven's reading of the 13th-century Beguine, Hadewijch of Antwerp shows her anticipating theories of friendship, mutuality, and bodiliness explored by contemporary feminists such as Gilligan, Harrison, Heyward, Hunt, Lorde, and Ruether.
American mutuality has no choice but to live in recognition of difference.
It is committed to mutuality and is determined to return real financial benefits to its members.