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Lost voices: saving patient solutions

15th Nov 2018 |

Most agree that it is vitally important to find patient-led solutions for NHS problems. But how many sources of patient feedback are routinely overlooked or discarded? We hear from Jules Horton on how she worked to salvage 1,400 patient responses.

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Inspiring WI members to take action on health

29th Oct 2018 |

We hear from Mair Stephens on why NFWI-Wales (in partnership with the Bevan Commission) is engaging WI members in helping to make prudent healthcare a reality.

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From face-to-face to side-by-side: building on the legacy of Julian Tudor-Hart

7th Sep 2018 |

Professor Sir Mansel Aylward reflects on the relationship between people and professionals in health and care, and how the pioneering work of Julian Tudor-Hart demonstrated the importance of reciprocal trust. How can we ensure that shared responsibility remains the bedrock of the NHS in the 21st century?

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Can healthcare innovation from Wales really lead the way?

4th Sep 2018 |

Swansea University's Professor Nick Rich explains how a combination of networking, hands-on training and support is making Wales a healthcare innovation force to be reckoned with.

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GPs must focus on community-led care

21st Aug 2018 |

Professor Kamila Hawthorne explores how NHS Wales can reprioritise its resources to better support and use the skills of its GPs to lead innovative, community-led care.

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How can we make sure that good health and care is everyone’s responsibility in Wales?

6th Aug 2018 |

Helen Howson, Director of the Bevan Commission, explains how a Prudent Healthcare approach has informed the Welsh Government’s long-term plan for health and social care and can, in the 70th year of the NHS, empower communities, organisations, professionals and patients to take greater responsibility for their health and care and those around them.

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