Thoughts and Ideas

  • Change is good

    Life is like underwear – change is good…

    Four weeks ago, I returned from an eight month break from work and from London. Within my first week back I was struck by a number of amusing examples of how people make adaptions to make travelling easier in the city. My first observation was... read more

    3 months 1 week ago by Elouise Smith About this blogger
  • It's good to talk

    I read the news today. O boy.

    No – not one of The Beatles’ finest tunes but really, the news. It was a bit bleak. I think maybe it’s a bad idea to look at the news anyway in January – it's cold and wet, the festivities are over, we are reflecting back on missed... read more

    7 months 1 week ago by Nick Goodman About this blogger
  • Patient involvement and carers

    Patient involvement and carers

    Our guest blog this week is from Lesley Goodburn, an independent patient experience consultant. Lesley has a wide range of experience in the NHS working in patient involvement and patient experience, and was the architect of an innovative multi... read more

    1 year 1 month ago by
  • Engagement in health: let's keep it simple

    Engagement in health: let's keep it simple

    In the last few weeks, our colleagues over at National Voices have been promoting a new paper setting out the core principles they say must form the foundations of NHS organisational interaction with the local community.

    I really like... read more

    1 year 1 month ago by Nick Goodman About this blogger
  • City Hall, London

    Voter engagement in the London Mayoral Election 2016

    Today’s guest blog is by Jessica Comerford, Business Development Executive at our parent company, Electoral Reform Services.

    Since the position of Mayor of London was created in 2000 after a referendum in London, the turnout to elect a... read more

    1 year 1 month ago by

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