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Want to know more about participation in transport planning?

Monday September 5 2016

As one of our experts in planning consultation and engagement, Lucy Farrow is co-delivering a course on Participation in Transport Planning, hosted by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport on the 11 and 12 October 2016. Focussing on the principles and practice of participation, this two-day course is aimed at transport planners, managers or… Read More

Our work with children and young people is informing best practice

Tuesday August 9 2016

We are delighted that our evaluation of the vInspired 24/24 programme has been included in the systematic review of the Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) Social and Emotional Learning Programme Assessment, contributing to the evidence base of best practice in this area. The EIF has been funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to undertake a programme… Read More

New report on Motor Neurone Disease models of care

Wednesday July 27 2016

The Motor Neurone Disease Association (MND Association) has published our report exploring the different ways MND care is organised across the UK. It examines the practical arrangement of MND care, such as how multi-disciplinary teams are constituted and the relationship between hospital and community services. The report provides advice for the NHS and social services… Read More

Comment

Person-centred care: measuring impact

Tuesday April 7 2015

A key concern within integrated, personalised care is demonstrating the changes or impacts achieved. The aims are long term, reshaping the way that care is delivered (and received) and will take time to embed and filter through to improved health outcomes for patients. So what evidence can commissioners, and others, show in the short term… Read More

Systems leadership – now we need to bank the learning…

Tuesday March 31 2015

As the election campaigns kick off I’ve been looking back over the past five years and wondering what will happen over the next five. Since 2010, most of my work has been supporting systems leadership – working with leaders who are collaborating across organisations to achieve difficult outcomes with shrinking resources. And despite (or because… Read More

Person-centred care: putting patients in control

Tuesday March 31 2015

In England, more than 15 million people have a long term condition. Improving the treatment and management of long term conditions (LTCs) is one of the most important challenges facing the NHS. This requires a shift towards models that are proactive, holistic and preventive where people with LTCs are encouraged to play a central role… Read More