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2020 is the year of the nurse and the midwife, a year to focus on the important, yet often invisible influence nurses and midwives have...

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In his ground-breaking publication on patient safety (A Promise to Learn, A Commitment to Act, 2013), Dr Don Berwick laid down a radical...

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In my previous blog I wrote about how we approached change in order to reduce the ongoing crowding in our emergency department (ED). This...

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In October's 30 Day Challenge for the Transforming Perceptions of Nursing and Midwifery we are celebrating the diversity of people who...

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That was a question reflected upon during a session at the recent Health and Care Innovation Expo in Manchester. The session was led by...

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Would you like to be part of a main stage session at this year’s Health and Care Innovation Expo - and without having to travel anywhere?...

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This year Rwanda will be hosting Africa's Conference on Emergency Medicine. With the recent steep gains they've made it's an ideal...

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As many of you will have seen from Twitter I’ve spent the last week or so in Rwanda visiting health clinics and hospitals around the...

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We know that protecting the physical and emotional wellbeing of staff is key to a happy workforce, and to good performance. How can we...

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Alumni and friends of The School for Change Agents from all over the world joined together recently to co-create a new era of change.

We'd...

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Having just returned from my trip to see India's health system I was telling a friend about everything I'd seen and learnt. They...

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Dear everyone,

I suspect a few of you will now have seen me posting various pictures and thoughts on the Indian health system. A few...

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Do you find yourself asking “why do we do that?” and the only answer is “because we always have” or worse still ... “I don’t really...

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The second of the five #ProjectA tweet chats took place on 27th July, with more than 65 ideas shared for improving patient pathways.

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Dear Neonatal Unit Nurses at St George’s Hospital

I cannot name you all, but you know who you are. You looked after my son Hugo, born at...

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I recently had the privilege of speaking at the prestigious national conference, the Health Service Journal Patient Safety Congress. The...