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NHS leadership: to err is human, to stay still is unforgivable

NHS leadership: to err is human, to stay still is unforgivable

In terms of collectively redesigning services to improve patient care, is the most caring form of leadership to allow staff the space to explore and err, as long as certain safeguards are in place?
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Helen Gilburt

Cultural change is as important as funding in transforming mental health

There is a growing disquiet around mental health. Across the board people are calling for change, but what exactly is it that needs to be done and how can we bring about the ‘parity of esteem’ that we all seek?
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Transforming mental health - A plan of action for London

Transforming mental health

A plan of action for London
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Join our emerging leaders discussion

'Change often involves conflict. What qualities do emerging leaders need to equip themselves and others to embrace it?' This question came out of a discussion during our emerging leaders programme - we'd love to hear your thoughts.
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John Appleby

The Cancer Drugs Fund: inequitable and inefficient?

On the face of it, the CDF would seem perhaps to be a good thing, helping improve the quality of life for people at the end of their lives. But is it either a fair or efficient way for the NHS to spend its limited budget?
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Responses to the final report

Responses to the final report

Four video responses to the the final report from the Commission on the Future of Health and Social Care in England.