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1. A Brief History of AdoboThe word “adobo” comes from the Spanish word “adobar” which means marinade, sauce, or seasoning. During the Philippines’ Pre colonial period, the people’s main ingredients for cooking are vinegar and salt. Hyder deep understanding of the human psyche is unnerving. Sometimes it is served as dark humour. Were wary of highly educated girls, even scared of them.
Jason Goggin, Joe Tomlinson, Norm Bridge, 28; 4. Joey McArthur, Mike Schnieder, Bob Bradford, 29; 5. Frank Rollins, Debbie Wasilewski, Kevin Sargent, 31; 6. Aborigines did not become Australian citizens until 1949, and it was not until the 1960s that they were constitutionally enfranchised. This period of Australian social history is well chronicled, but now little discussed in public. The argument that the most potent symbols of prejudice and indifference from that time should be kept as public aide memoire has validity, though of course this has to be weighed against the sensitivities of those who feel they continue to defame and caricature.That the War Memorial wants to canvass the views of indigenous Australians as to the final fate of the two gargoyles is commendable.
The recent Francis report diagnoses serious cultural deficiencies in the NHS and recommends fundamental cultural change. Huw Davies and Russell Mannion examine what research tells us about the likelihood of successIt is hard to escape the conclusion from the Francis report into care at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust that the primary culprit at the heart of this latest NHS scandal is “the culture” of our healthcare organisations.1 Francis suggests that “a fundamental culture change is needed” and is clear that he is seeking a move to something overarching and comprehensive for the whole NHS.The Francis inquiry, like the Kennedy inquiry into paediatric cardiac surgery at Bristol more than a decade earlier,2 has gone to considerable trouble to try to understand the meaning of culture in a healthcare context. Yet the subtlety of some of the supporting evidence to the inquiry has not been matched by the same degree of nuance in the inquiry’s recommendations about culture, which are somewhat aspirational and broad brush (box 1).