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Audio Debs Taylor: Community services - making the most of our assets Presentation by Debs Taylor from our breakfast event for the launch of the report Reimagining Community Services. Audio Matthew Winn: Community services - making the most of our assets Presentation by Matthew Winn from our breakfast event for the launch of the report Reimagining Community Services. Audio Deborah Gold: The future of HIV services Deborah Gold, Chief Executive of the National AIDS Trust, discusses progress made by HIV services and how to ensure this progress continues by building partnerships between services. Audio Lord Fowler: HIV policy successes to date The Rt Hon the Lord Fowler, Lord Speaker, House of Lords, discusses how the United Kingdom has achieved its successes in HIV policy, and sets out priorities for future policy. Audio Stephen Dorrell: the relationship between politicians and the NHS The RT Hon Stephen Dorrell MP talks about the challenges of NHS reform – which he defines as not about changing structures but about ensuring the service delivered reflects the needs of patients and service users. Audio Anne Rainsberry: what are the prospects for service change? Dr Anne Rainsberry shares her experience of leading service change at NHS North West London, and reflects on her new role as NHS England’s Regional Director (London). Audio Chris Ham: what are the prospects for service change? Chris Ham introduces the key findings of our report on health care leadership in London. He explains why health services in the capital are in urgent need of change and suggests what the alternatives to further structural reconfiguration might be. Audio David Fish: what are the prospects for service change? David Fish, Managing Director at UCL Partners, explains how academic health science partnerships use research and innovation to improve patient and population health. Audio Richard Barker: accelerating the innovation process between discovery and adoption Dr Richard Barker OBE, Director of CASMI, shares his thoughts on the barriers and solutions to achieving greater innovation in the NHS. Audio James Reilly: moving care closer to home James Reilly, Chief Executive of Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust, looks at how primary and community services need to change to deliver care closer to home. Audio Nigel Edwards: moving care closer to home Nigel Edwards, Senior Fellow at The King’s Fund, discusses the issues around redesigning services and looks at whether this reconfiguration leads to a more convenient and cost-effective services for patients. Audio Mark Newbold: moving care closer to home What is the future of the district general hospital? Dr Mark Newbold draws on his experience as Chief Executive of Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust to discuss. Audio Rachael 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. Audio Ali 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. Audio Nick Clegg speaking at The King's Fund on health and social care Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Nick Clegg, visited The King's Fund to speak on his proposals for health and social care reform. Audio Stephen O'Brien: the NHS at the heart of the election: variability Stephen O'Brien MP, the Conservative Shadow Health Minister, accepts that there will be a variability of services in the NHS, depending on location. Audio Stephen O'Brien: the NHS at the heart of the election: reconfiguration Stephen O'Brien MP, the Conservative Shadow Health Minister, discusses how he believes NHS service change should be enabled at a local level. Audio David Behan unveils the four new key work strands to move forward integration David Behan unveiled four new key work strands that are being persued to move forward the integration of health and social care. Audio Nick Clegg: Moving towards more local control Liberal Democrat party leader Nick Clegg gave a speech at The King's Fund on 10 June 2008, outlining his vision for the future of the health service, with a move towards more local control for health and social care.