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

Freedom to Speak Up Guardian Survey 2017: Findings and recommendations – National Guardian’s Office

Outlines the results of a survey of NHS whistleblowing guardians which aimed to understand how the role has been implemented, who is being appointed to the role and guardians’ views on the Freedom to Speak Up initiative. The report.  Recommen

STP analysis Greater Manchester – School of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University

Analyses the STP plans of Greater Manchester to identify its robustness.  This summary has informed the wider report Sustainability and Transformation Plans How serious are the proposals? A critical review.

STP analysis Humber, Coast & Vale – School of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University

Analyses the STP plans of Humber, Coast & Vale to identify its robustness.  This summary has informed the wider report Sustainability and Transformation Plans How serious are the proposals? A critical review.

STP analysis South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw – School of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University

Analyses the STP plans of South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw to identify its robustness.  This summary has informed the wider report Sustainability and Transformation Plans How serious are the proposals? A critical review.    

STP analysis Northumberland, Tyne and Wear and North Durham – School of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University

Analyses the STP plans of Northumberland, Tyne and Wear and North Durham to identify its robustness.  This summary has informed the wider report Sustainability and Transformation Plans How serious are the proposals? A critical review.  

STP analysis West Yorkshire And Harrogate – School of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University

Analyses the STP plans of West Yorkshire And Harrogate to identify its robustness.  This summary has informed the wider report Sustainability and Transformation Plans How serious are the proposals? A critical review.

STP analysis West, North and East Cumbria – School of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University

Analyses the STP plans of West, North and East Cumbria to identify its robustness.  This summary has informed the wider report Sustainability and Transformation Plans How serious are the proposals? A critical review.  

STP analysis Cheshire and Merseyside – School of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University

Analyses the STP plans of Cheshire and Merseyside to identify its robustness.  This summary has informed the wider report Sustainability and Transformation Plans How serious are the proposals? A critical review.  

STP analysis Lancashire and South Cumbria – School of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University

Analyses the STP plans of Lancashire and South Cumbria to identify it’s robustness.  This summary has informed the wider report Sustainability and Transformation Plans How serious are the proposals? A critical review.  

STP analysis Durham, Darlington, Teesside, Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby – School of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University

Analyses the STP plans of Durham, Darlington, Teesside, Hambleton,Richmondshire and Whitby to identify it’s robustness.  This summary has informed the wider report Sustainability and Transformation Plans How serious are the proposals? A critical review.

Building greater insight through qualitative research: (Bite-size Guide to patient insight 05) – NHS England

This guide offers a basic introduction to qualitative research for those undertaking or commissioning such insight work: what it is, what are its strengths and limitations compared to quantitative research. It outlines some methods, sampling techniques and ways to analyse the data.  

Helping People With a Learning Disability to Give Feedback :(Bite-size Guide to patient insight 04) – NHS England

With the right support, people with a learning disability can have their say about the NHS. This is important because they are the experts on their experience of using services. They know what works and what does not work for them so working

When and how to commission insight and feedback :(Bite-size Guide to patient insight 03) – NHS England

This guide offers a basic introduction to qualitative research for those undertaking or commissioning such insight work: what it is, what are its strengths and limitations compared to quantitative research. It outlines some methods, sampling techniques and ways to analyse the data.

Enhancing The Use Of Scientific Evidence To Judge The Potential Benefits And Harms Of Medicines – Academy of Medical Sciences

Report highlighting the significant difficulties patients and some healthcare professionals face in using evidence from research to judge the benefits and harms of medicines, and calls for concerted action to improve the information patients receive. It calls for a range