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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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In its extreme form, mutuality may manifest itself as a desire to accommodate other team members for the "good" of the team.
And it envisions its mutuality, combined with its digital investment, to pay metaphorical and literal dividends in the future.
Parties to contracts involving multiple affiliates are concerned about losing their setoff rights upon a bankruptcy filing because a court may rule that there is a lack of mutuality of the debts owed.
The Halifax, Abbey National, the Woolwich and Cheltenham & Gloucester - all are former mutuals which lost their independence and their mutuality over the last 15 years, and ended up as part of larger, shareholder-owned groups.
Our citizenship is with this Jesus who is Truth, who rules by love and self-giving, and whose reign is characterized by mutuality, friendship, and service.
Mr Bernau had previously sounded a bullish note for mutuality following the Standard Life vote in favour of flotation.
She highlights the mutuality of the interaction by describing an interactive lesson as an example of how theater can be used to teach academic or social subjects.
Rachel Thrussell, savings research editor of MoneyFacts, said, 'With Monmouthshire winning this award for the two years running, it again highlights the true benefits of mutuality to the consumer.
The meta-analysis included 66 studies with 123 effect sizes sorted through a combination of personal choice and homogeneity analysis into nine groups: sensitivity (k = 30), contiguity of response (k = 14), physical contact (k = 9), cooperation (k = 9), synchrony (k = 6), mutuality (k = 3), support (k = 22), attitude (k = 21), and stimulation (k = 9).
The committee of lay and clergy representatives appointed by presiding bishops of the two churches addressed reports of financial mismanagement in the dioceses of Western and Northern Mexico and "the need for greater mutuality in mission and ministry.
And, second, their most cherished values of "cooperation, mutuality, and loyalty" (p.