Carer support and involvement in secure mental health services: A Toolkit – NHS England

This toolkit aims to provide clear information for carers, service users, service providers and commissioners about how carers of people who use secure mental health services should be engaged with, supported, involved and empowered.

Health, Ageing and Support: survey of views of people aged 50 and over: A study for the Department of Health – Department of Health and Social Care

This report provides the results from an Ipsos MORI survey of the views of people aged 50 or over on health, ageing and support. The survey was conducted on behalf of the Department of Health and Social Care, and fieldwork

Patient & Public Involvement (PPI) in a Digital Age: An overview of AHSN activity and learning – The AHSN Network

Report that explores the different ways AHSNs around the country are involving members of the public in healthcare innovation and the development of new technologies. Three key areas of technology are considered: Technology for bringing together patient data. Technology for

Fifteen Steps for Maternity: Quality from the perspective of people who use maternity services – NHS England

This document, focusing on maternity, is part of a suite of toolkits for The Fifteen Steps Challenge, which help to explore the experience of people who use maternity services and are a way of involving them in quality assurance processes.

NHS at 70: Public attitudes to the health and care system – IPSOS Mori

Slide deck and data from an Ipsos MORI survey of the general public in England about their views towards funding of the NHS, and their priorities when receiving care. Demonstrates rising public concern for the future of the NHS and

Report: West Midlands research workshop: Birmingham – Public Health England

The Research Translation and Innovation (RTI) division has been working with Public Health England (PHE) centres to strengthen relations between academics and other professionals within the public health system. RTI organised research workshops which aimed to explore public health research

Module 1: Patient Activation Measure – implementation quick guide – NHS England

This quick guide provides practical and operational support to sites considering the use of Patient Activation Measure (PAM) licences. The guide focuses on why patient activation is important in managing people’s health and wellbeing, as well as elements to consider before

Conditions for which over the counter items should not be routinely prescribed in primary care: Consultation Report of Findings – NHS England

This report provides the findings of a public consultation whish explored ‘conditions for which over the counter items should not routinely be prescribed in primary care’,which ran between 20 December 2017 and 14 March 2018.

Planning, assuring and delivering service change for patients – NHS England

This guidance is designed to be used by those considering, and involved in, substantial service change to navigate a clear path from inception to implementation. It will support commissioners and providers to consider how to take forward their proposals, including

Forward thinking: NIHR research on support for people with severe mental illness – National Institute of Health Research

Report from the National Institute of Health Research detailing 30 published studies funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) and additional examples of ongoing research that  provides an overview of recent research funded by the NIHR on the support for people living

Links between NHS staff experience and patient satisfaction: Analysis of surveys from 2014 and 2015 – NHS England

Using NHS staff and inpatient survey data, this report identifies the most important aspects of staff experience in predicting inpatient satisfaction. It also examines the experiences of staff (and patients) from a black and minority ethnic background, examining the extent to which treatment

The What Works Network: Five Years On – The Cabinet Office

This report shares a selection of key findings from the What Works Network, as well as examples of the impact that the centres have had on public services over the past five years.  The What Works Network was launched five years ago to embed robust evidence

Good work, wellbeing and changes in performance outcomes: illustrating the effects of good people management practices with an analysis of the National Health Service – What Works Wellbeing

This report illustrates the effect of good people management with an analysis of the National Health Service.  The report found Trusts that made the most extensive use of good people management practices were over three times more likely to have the

Unlocking a different future: An independent evaluation of Project Future – Centre for Mental Health

Project Future has looked at the lived experience of young marginalised men with experience in the criminal justice system, often labelled ‘gang-affiliated’ and who have had poor access to services. It identifies that NHS, local authorities and others should offer

We change the world: What can we learn from global social movements for health? – Nesta

This report presents actionable ways to grow social movements based on the practical experience of over 40 people representing four social movements.  It finds social movements: Grow in influence by engaging the right people in the right places at the right

The Fifteen Steps Challenge: Quality from a patient’s perspective: A toolkit for clinics and outpatient settings – NHS England

This document, focusing on clinics and outpatient settings, is part of a suite of toolkits for The Fifteen Steps Challenge, which focuses on seeing care through a patient or carer’s eyes, and exploring their first impressions as a measure of the quality of

The Fifteen Steps Challenge: Quality from a patient’s perspective: A mental health toolkit – NHS England

This document, focusing on the mental health inpatient healthcare setting, is part of a suite of toolkits for The Fifteen Steps Challenge, which focuses on seeing care through a patient or carer’s eyes, and exploring their first impressions as a measure of

Bridging the gap between health and housing. A united approach in South Wales: (Case Study 140) – Housing LIN

Report on the Caerphilly-based housing association United Welsh new wellbeing partnership, Wellbeing 4U, that highlights how it is drawing from housing expertise to improve the patient and GP experience across 25 surgeries in Cardiff and Barry.  

A tale of two cities: Community perspectives and narratives on inequality, struggle, hope and change – The Young Foundation

Report that presents community perspectives on what inequality is, and how it is experienced, struggled with and resisted. This research is based on three communities in a Northern city it aims to describe the lived experience of inequality to identify