Breadcrumb Home Publications Canterbury tale: making a success of integrated care This content relates to the following topics: Integrated care Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Integrated care is an idea whose time has come. In an article for the Health Service News Journal, Chris Ham explains how Canterbury District Health Board in New Zealand has made integrated care work in practice.Read the article on the HSJ website You may also be interested in Active project Healthy communities together The King's Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund are joining forces to support genuine partnership-working in local areas between the voluntary and community sector, the NHS and local authorities to improve the health and wellbeing of local communities. Video Afsana Safa - Lessons in leadership: from muddy fields to shiny wards Dr Afsana Safa spoke at our Annual Conference 2019 about her experiences of working as a clinical leader in informal and formal Greek refugee camps and applying this learning to working in the frontline and NHS management. Article GPs condemn new specifications for primary care networks This article was first published on the BMJ website. General practices have been working together in primary care networks (PCNs) for more than a year, but now growing numbers of GPs are threatening to pull out of PCNs and the associated contract. Richard Murray explains how this situation has unfolded and suggests some potential solutions. Video Carolyn Wilkins on place-based leadership in Oldham Carolyn Wilkins discusses how an integrated approach to care services has worked in Oldham, and shares her experience of adopting a place-based leadership model.