"If you say you are committed, why not try the Neil Armstrong approach - one small step."
Black and minority ethnic people are seriously under-represented in the NHS leadership, and that matters to us all
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.
The NICE review of safe staffing levels must be genuinely based on evidence and consultation, as Robert Francis recommended
The NHS staff survey reveals strong evidence of dissastifaction among ambulance staff. What is being done about it?
As Francis showed, when hospitals are under pressure to cut budgets there is a strong temptation to get the skills mix wrong.
The real lessons about how the NHS can improve are being lost in the political ping pong
Aviation safety depends on getting 'human factors' right. That requires an open and just culture. The NHS needs the same.
This is Part 2 of a blog entitled “Bullying: the silent epidemic in the NHS"
Our new research report raises big questions that suggest racial discrimination in NHS recruitment. This simply has to stop.
In the first part of a series on bullying in the NHS, Roger Kline looks at the scale of the problem and how it has grown.
The NHS is suffering a stress epidemic. Tackling that problem should be at the heart of efforts to improve patient care.
NHS staff need practical advice about how to raise and pursue concerns about safety and standards: here it is!
Is the government serious about learning from Mid Staffs? Judging by its response to Francis, it doesn't look like it.
The British government has appointed Don Berwick to advise on patient safety. Did they realise what he stands for?
What kind of leadership does the NHS need? A former Health Secretary and a doctor point the way.
While the government takes steps to privatise the NHS, an inspiring lecture from Professor Michael West showed how to improve it
NHS staff feel under attack, but if they take it out on campaigners for better services we will all be losers
The public inquiry into the Mid Staffs scandal showed the need for culture change -- but will the report deliver it?
Privatisation and deregulation of Britain's schools is leading to a growing number of children losing education and protection.
Recent data from the new NHS Commissioning Board show that white applicants to its positions are far more likely to succeed
In this Anti-Bullying Week, let's remember that staff are not the only victims
Britain's NHS Employers support the government-backed Engage for Success. But what do they mean by 'employee engagement'?
With the BBC Panorama programme today exposing yet another mistreatment scandal, we ask: why is whistleblowing still so risky?
Less than a year after its takeover of Hinchingbrooke health trust, falling performance and staff cuts are bad signs.
Sexual abuse allegations against the late BBC presenter have not shocked all nurses. So why didn't anyone whistleblow?
Britain's NHS is often not a safe place to raise concerns about patient care or poor practice or financial skulduggery