Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Margaret Elliott, Sunderland Home Care Associates: case study This content relates to the following topics: Local service design Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Tuesday 06 July 2010 Margaret Elliott, OBE, Director of Care Services, Sunderland Home Care Associates, shares her story at the 2012 Creating employee-owned organisations in the NHS: engaging and empowering NHS staff conference. Related contentAudioAli Parsa, Circle: case study Ali Parsa, Company Director at Circle, speaks at the Creating employee-owned organisations in the NHS: engaging and empowering NHS staff conference.SlideshowTricia McGregor, Central Surrey Health: case study Tricia McGregor, Joint Managing Director of Central Surrey Health, presents a case study at the 2010 Creating employee-owned organisations in the NHS conference.AudioRachael Addicott: NHS staff views on employee ownership and engagement Rachael Addicott, Senior Research Fellow at The King's Fund, speaks on NHS staff views on employee ownership and engagement. 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 Blog What can cities in England learn from other countries about population health? As we publish a new report on population health, Chris Naylor asks whether it is time for cities to have more powers to improve the health of their populations. The role of cities in improving population health: international case studies Highlights from some of the international locations featured in our report on the role of cities in improving population health. Read about the work being done in each city and the conditions that have enabled it. Report The role of cities in improving population health: international insights Drawing on international case studies, this report explores the role of cities in improving population health and the conditions needed for success. Active project Supporting the Healthy New Towns programme We are working with NHS England and other partners to support the Healthy New Towns programme. The programme provides an important opportunity to learn how local areas can use major new housing developments as an opportunity to promote population health and deliver integrated care.