Report of the Young Minds focus group to further understand the views of young people, parents and carers, and professionals on the Green Paper ‘Transforming children and young people’s mental health provision‘. The focus group consisted of over 80 participants
Report of the Youth Access focus group to further understand the views of young people, parents and carers, and professionals on the Green Paper ‘Transforming children and young people’s mental health provision‘.
Report of the Young Minds focus group to further understand the views of young people, parents and carers, and professionals on the Green Paper ‘Transforming children and young people’s mental health provision‘. Key issues identified by the focus group were:
Top tips for healthier providers of health-care aims to support organisations in focusing on the actions they can take to improve the health their patients, their staff, and the wider community that they serve. It builds on a previous report
Improvement in staff engagement using the innovative Event in the Tent, learning from staff about how to resolve workplace issues and develop quality services at Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. It took the concept of the big conversation
Fabian Society report that looks backwards at the history and achievements of the NHS over the last 70 years. It also looks to the future, in the context of acute financial pressures and growing healthcare needs . The report argues
Government response to the joint report of the Education and Health and Social Care Committees on ‘Transforming children and young people’s mental health provision: a green paper’. It also gives the Governments response to the consultation on the Green Paper. This consultation
King’s Fund survey data from 145 trusts shows that executive director vacancies in NHS providers are widespread. Key findings include: 8 per cent of executive director posts are vacant 37% of trusts have at least one vacant executive director role,
Following visits to 134 trusts providing urology services, this report examines the way that urology is currently provided in England and sets out 18 recommendations to improve the these services. The recommendations bring opportunities for efficiencies and savings of up
Outlines the NHS Confederation’s ten key priorities for the new Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matthew Hancock. They include supporting digital health, sorting funding and strategy issues across NHS and Social Care, delivering transformation and acting as
A central part of the CCG assessment process is the 2017 CCG 360 Stakeholder Survey, the findings of which are presented in this report. A key aim of the survey is to enable NHS England to assess whether CCGs are
This briefing explores work that can be done to support and develop line managers to improve staff engagement across NHS organisations. It is based on the issues raised by line managers within the NHS and looks at challenges for staff engagement.
Local government makes a vital contribution to promoting good mental health in individuals and communities. The main ways this happens are through: system-wide leadership through health and wellbeing boards (HWBs) public health responsibilities to promote mental wellbeing and prevent poor
DSISCALE (branded externally as DSI4EU) aims to support policy makers, funders and, most importantly, practitioners to grow and scale digital social innovation (DSI) in Europe and to harness the power of people and technology to tackle some of Europe’s biggest social challenges. It
Royal College of Nursing report on its survey of nurses on the implementation and adoption of informatics. It highlights good practice, identifies barriers to technological adoption and is yet another report identifying the importance of staff engagement with the adoption
This report of a two-day symposium attended by health experts from the UK, USA and Ireland, traces the development and impact of integrated care to date, homes in on some examples of successful practice and draws out the key lessons for later-adopters.
Reviews how the local area works within and across three key areas: Maintaining people’s health and wellbeing at home Care and support when people experience a crisis Supporting people when they leave hospital Finds: Organisations intended to work together but mostly
This independent review will examine the challenges currently facing the partnership model, and look for solutions to reinvigorate the model to support the transformation of general practice. Sets out the current lines of thinking and describes 4 emerging key lines
This report examines whether the NHS is well placed to get value for money from its investment in developing new care models through vanguards. In particular, it focuses on: set up and management of the vanguard programme (Part One); national
The local system review considered system performance along a number of ‘pressure points’ on a typical pathway of care with a focus on older people aged over 65. Finds: Identifies improving system relationships following a period of poor relationships with