NHS's £700k on actors and hotel away days... to teach staff how to cope with rebranding

Stephen Adams ; Beezy Marsh
May 2013
Mail on Sunday;5/19/2013, p5
NHS managers cut out magazine photos of celebrities, watched actors perform and were drawn by a cartoonist during a series of teambuilding away days costing the taxpayer £700,000.


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