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We produce a wide range of multimedia resources from webinars to animations and slideshows. They cover many different aspects of our work including innovative projects funded by the Health Foundation.

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Date added: 17 December 2014
Content type: Presentation
This presentation was given by Professor Mary Dixon-Woods from the University of Leicester at our 'Ideas for change' conference on patient safety.
Date added: 12 December 2014
Content type: Video/webinar
The keynote speech 'Ideas for change', our safety conference on 4 December 2014, was from Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health.
Date added: 12 December 2014
Content type: Presentation
Does health literacy provide an answer to the quest to support people to take control of their own health and care? Watch this lecture by Professor Ri...
Date added: 11 December 2014
Content type: Video/webinar
Compassion 'has to be our number one priority' says Hiro Tanaka, a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board.
Date added: 10 December 2014
Content type: Video/webinar
We asked a range of health care professionals and patients to tell us what they understood by the words 'compassion, dignity and respect'.
Date added: 25 November 2014
Content type: Video/webinar
We speak to Kate Martin about how shared decision making has changed practice and improved outcomes in CAMHS services.
Date added: 31 October 2014
Content type: Video/webinar
We asked a number of people from projects that we've funded for their views on how a person-centred approach can improve the quality of care.
Date added: 08 August 2014
Content type: Video/webinar
In this webinar, we explore how the socio-technical allocation of resources – the Star approach – can help commissioners and those plannin...
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