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Organisational development

Social care demands so much more than funding

During the UK general election citizens rather than politicians have shown the spirit of social care

The vocation of nursing

In the aftermath of tragic events in Manchester and London, Julie Porter reflects on what is so special about nursing.

Bringing Buurtzorg to Wales

Hundreds of nurses and NHS managers gave a resounding 'thumbs up' when asked if they would like us to bring Buurtzorg to Wales.

Beyond the Self Management Hype

Richard Wilson blogs about his conversation with Brendan on the introduction of Buurtzorg to the UK.

Relieving the ‘stress and strain’ in social care

Care certificate for front line staff will not mend a broken system

Don’t say it if you don’t mean it! Guest blogger Jacqui Francis writes on NHS race (in)equality

"If you say you are committed, why not try the Neil Armstrong approach - one small step."

Collaboration for radical change in public services and international development

Rooting new kinds of public service in new kinds of relationships

Co-production demands radical rethinking of the health and social care workforce

Adult Community Services at Guy's and St Thomas's NHS Foundation Trust are showing the way in co-production

Learning from Francis: Culture change and staff involvement in the NHS

Promises to protect whistleblowers are welcome but the culture change needed to realise the Francis vision demands much more

Race in the workplace: a barometer of organisational health

The NHS Providers report Leading by Example marks an important change of approach to tackling racial discrimination

Integrated community services demands co-design of relationship-based home care

Jeremy Hunt is promising more nurses and less competition in community services. He's right -- and here's how it can deliver

Staff wellbeing and engagement will make or break NHS England’s Five Year Forward View

If NHS staff are to lead the battle against obesity it is time to focus on improving their own wellbeing and engagement

Yes, depression is an illness, but prevention is better and cheaper than treatment

The renewed focus on mental illness after the death of Robin Williams has both positive and negative features.

[R]evolution Road – travelling the terrains of creativity, power and love

"Everybody’s stories are heavily entwined with the oppressive cultural norms many of us say we are trying to dismantle."