Care certificate for front line staff will not mend a broken system
"If you say you are committed, why not try the Neil Armstrong approach - one small step."
Paying a living wage to home care workers is a step in the right direction but not enough to transform the service
Adult Community Services at Guy's and St Thomas's NHS Foundation Trust are showing the way in co-production
Promises to protect whistleblowers are welcome but the culture change needed to realise the Francis vision demands much more
The NHS Providers report Leading by Example marks an important change of approach to tackling racial discrimination
A new court ruling, binding on all European Union states, establishes that obesity can be a disability, whatever its cause
If NHS staff are to lead the battle against obesity it is time to focus on improving their own wellbeing and engagement
The renewed focus on mental illness after the death of Robin Williams has both positive and negative features.
Mixing up evidence about staff engagement in the NHS with employee ownership in private companies is unhelpful.
"Everybody’s stories are heavily entwined with the oppressive cultural norms many of us say we are trying to dismantle."
Two recent reports show that there are both positive and negative drivers and effects of increasing self-employment
Black and minority ethnic people are seriously under-represented in the NHS leadership, and that matters to us all
Britain's coalition government wants to drive up productivity in social care. It can be done, and it needn't be nasty.
The NHS staff survey shows especially low morale in the ambulance service. What can be done about it?
If NHS staff were more systematically involved in planning and implementing decisions every day would be NHS Change Day
The challenge of making the cultural changes demanded by the Francis Report remain, but we now know more about how to do it.
As organisations fragment, the social cost is externalised. Can 'Big Society' really solve the resulting problems?