Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Jan-Kees Helderman on NHS reform - a Dutch perspective This content relates to the following topics: Local service design Health and Social Care Act 2012 Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Friday 15 April 2011 Jan-Kees Helderman, assistant professor in Comparative Governance and Public Policy at Radbouyd University Nijmegan, outlines how the Dutch health care system operates and reflects on the English health reforms. Related contentSlideshowSean Boyle on English health reform Sean Boyle, Senior Research Fellow at LSE, reflects on what the English health reforms mean for the NHS and outlines the key findings from the European Observatory of Health Systems and Policies' health profile for England.SlideshowCiaran O'Neill on NHS reform - a Northern Irish perspective Professor Ciaran O'Neill, School of Business and Economics, NUI Galway, gives his perspective on the proposed NHS refoms and outlines the health care system in Northern Ireland. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Changes to the Health and Social Care Bill: structural changes What changes will be made to the structure of the NHS and functions of NHS organisations after the Future Forum's reform recommendations? Slideshow Transforming our health care system: Ten priorities for commissioners Candace Imison, Deputy Director of Policy at The King's Fund, talks through ten priorities that will support commissioners to transform the health care system. Paid event Health and care explained: how the system works and how it is changing Blog The NHS and climate change: a decade of distraction As the realities of climate change become ever clearer, Chris Naylor explores how the NHS has responded to the challenge so far, and why it needs to do more to overcome the ‘tyranny of now’.