These web pages describe a project in Nottingham that recruited, trained and supported peer workers with the aim of promoting recovery-focused practice, improving the experience of service users and improving outcomes.
The process of proactively identifying risks and being open about them would radically change the culture of safety, says John Illingworth. Healthcare is a risky business, but now is the time to be candid about it if…
This case study describes how the team in Torbay working on the Health Foundation's Co-creating Health programme split the self-management support programme into 'bronze', 'silver' and 'gold' to enable more people to attend.
The Health Foundation’s MAGIC programme is working with a consortium of experts in Cardiff and Newcastle to develop and test practical solutions that support patients to make informed and considered decisions about their own treatment and care. This snapshot provides an overview of the programme and explains why shared decision making is important.