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Bryan Jones reflects on the importance of taking a long-term approach to organisation-wide improvement and outlines a new NHS Providers project to support this.
Many people who experienced severe financial strain during the pandemic were not eligible to claim Universal Credit. What changes to the social security system would help public health?
What is required for tech implementation in the NHS to be successful, and how should this shape our post-pandemic priorities? Shakira Mahadeva explores the challenges.
What is needed to overcome short-termism in workforce planning for the NHS and social care? Anita Charlesworth considers the priorities for a comprehensive strategy.
Public health specialty registrar Dr Esther Kwong reflects on her personal experience of using quality improvement approaches during the pandemic.
Despite government promising to 'fix the crisis in social care once and for all', no plan to reform the sector has yet emerged. Here we explore whether recent objections to a cap on care costs truly s...
What is the value of a target-driven approach to health inequalities? We explore the possibilities and pitfalls, and seek your input on how the government can ‘level up’ health outcomes.
'With the right conditions, like the forest after a fire, the health and care sector will be able to regenerate and thrive again,’ says our Director of Improvement, Will Warburton. He gives us an over...
The pandemic has taught us the importance of putting lived experience expertise at the heart of mental health services and support, writes Dr Vanessa Pinfold.