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Re: Experiencing success with TMS

Posted by alexandra_k on August 28, 2018, at 17:35:07

In reply to Re: Experiencing success with TMS, posted by alexandra_k on August 28, 2018, at 17:24:16


It is hard to make it appropriately academic, when you actually have something to say.

I see that, now.

Even people who mean well. If there seems to be some way they can cast aspersions on my character to dismiss what I have to say... Whether it be that I'm paranoid... Or whatever... Then people will. Not because they are malevolent (necessarily) but because they simply don't like what I have to say. Can't see what they can do about it. Fear that if they don't stomp it out and hush me up maybe other people will think they are supporting or condoning what I have to say...

People are starting to speak up, though. There have been government reports on how much some government people are paid. CEO salaries for health and education and so on. Saying that it is too much. People won't stand for 20 or 25 per cent pay increases for CEOs when nurses are striking over 3 per cent. It's 'not sustainable'.

But things like blind grading. University selection for Medicine, here, seems... Pretty terrible, actually. Mostly just because nobody has called them to account. They think they are beyond that. The whole idea of interview is just to make a certain group of people feel powerful with respect to being part of the process of candidate selection. But the effect of that... People are given 'definate no' who are otherwise academically qualified. Because interviewers don't like the look of their face.

But whose faces don't they like the look of?

They can't tell the sociopaths and so on. It's more that they don't like the look of... Diversity. Typically.

So... How diverse is the interview panel? Do our high health users get a say? The people forced to use the public system because they government chooses not to give them a living wage such that they can have a voice in the health care market?

Of course not.




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