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Wisdom, vision and courage are needed to develop people and improve care

Wisdom, vision and courage are needed to develop people and improve care

With the publication of a new national framework for improvement and leadership development in NHS-funded services, Michael West considers how it offers optimism and practical next steps for a beleaguered NHS.
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Joni Jabbal

HIV services: collaboration in a time of fragmentation

Joni Jabbal explores how several areas are responding to the fragmented nature of HIV care and prevention services in England.
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HIV seat at the table

A seat at the table: The views of people living with HIV involved in The King’s Fund review

Shilpa Ross speaks to Robert James, Mel Rattue and Jane Shepherd, three people living with HIV, about what ‘involvement’ means and why it matters. 
The NHS if

The NHS if

A collection of essays exploring hypothetical scenarios for the future of health and care.
Chris Ham

UK government’s Autumn Statement: no relief for NHS and social care in England

If silence speaks volumes then this year’s Autumn Statement sent a deafening message to the NHS and its partners in social care, says Chris Ham.
Unmet need for health and social care: a growing problem?

Unmet need for health and social care: a growing problem?

With recent research from Age UK suggesting that 1.2 million older people are not receiving the social care they need, Anna Charles looks at how this issue appears to be slipping under the radar.
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