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Du grand n'importe quoi complotiste ("les historiens le savent"). Je passe sur les pyramides électriques (🤦) et m'attarde sur ces "tableaux" (lesquels ?) "cachés dans des catacombes" (lesquelles ?) qui montreraient des "renois en mode chevalier". Mini thread ⬇️
C'est évidemment ridicule. On a bel et bien des illustrations montrant des chevaliers noirs de peaux, notamment à travers la figure de saint Maurice, mais il n'y a rien de "caché" (et certainement pas dans les catacombes, faut pas croire le Da Vinci code hein). Image
Ce superbe tableau, par exemple, est une huile sur bois de Matthias Grünewald, peinte vers 1522, accrochée dans l'église de Halle pendant trois siècles, ajd dans un musée et sur wikicommons. Pas précisément "cachée"...
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Finally, the #GoldacreReview is published! (During Parliamentary Easter holidays, mid-ping-pong on the #HealthAndCareBill...)

It's 221 pages - each PDF page is a double page spread - so this could be a lo-o-o-ong [Thread].

Here goes...
First point to note, in the Terms of Reference (p5), is that this is about "access to #NHSdata by #researchers, #commissioners, and #innovators" - i.e. #Planning and #CommercialReUse - so it is directly relevant to the operation of millions of people's #NationalDataOptOuts... Terms of reference for the review  1. How do we facilitate a
"185 wide-ranging recommendations for us to explore", says @sajidjavid (p6). Gulp! Time for some coffee...

"systems that ensure #underrepresented groups are well represented" may (partly) refer to this "landmark review", which got off to a slow start:… The far-reaching independent review into potential ethnic bi
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There seemed to be some confusion about (the use of) words in @CommonsHealth Committee yesterday morning, so here's a [Thread] to try to clarify.

First "#commercial". It is of course the case that many parts of the #NHS use commercial providers, e.g. of software, whether that... @Microsoft365 for word processing, spreadsheets & e-mail; or IT systems to handle patients' records in hospitals (e.g. @CernerUK) & General Practice (e.g. @TPP_SystmOne, @EMISHealth, @CegedimHS); or software to drive complicated equipment like #MRIscanners, etc.

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..entirely normal use of #commercial software & software services, for which the #NHS body is the #DataController. Apart from when that software goes wrong, I don't believe many would have concerns about this.

Then there are #commercial providers of #NHS services, about which...
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