Recently launched at the RSA House in December, Buurtzorg in Britain focuses on finding solutions that work with and within the health care system. Buurtzorg provides access to the experience of 14,000+ nurses and care-givers ...
UK care homes are facing a crisis of negative public opinion, inadequate funding and staffing shortages. But our society’s aspirations for what makes a good care home need to go beyond upholding the status quo.
On the “most depressing day of year”, also known as Blue Monday, Tom Harrison explores the epidemic of loneliness that often accompanies the end of the holiday season.
Derbyshire has been given a huge opportunity to transform services. Wellbeing Erewash, a consortium of organisations which cover a 110km area in the East of Derbyshire, has bold ambitions to mainstream community-centred approa ...
Building healthy communities will only come when we understand that health care goes far beyond doctors, medicine and hospitals. Bill Graham explains his vision for a Community Health Service, where community and third sector ...
The need for a healthcare system that prioritises self-care is urgent regardless of austerity.
The Tony Wilson quote “we do things differently here” resonated amongst the plethora of initiatives that is helping drive up public health innovation across Greater Manchester.
From anti-tobacco campaigners to Black Lives Matters, social movements have a history of driving change. But how do social movements work, and how can we make change happen at a smaller scale in our communities?
Disability Studies scholar Miro Griffiths argues that we need to disrupt our understanding of ‘normal’ in order for disabled people to benefit from a social movement for health.
The fight against smoking is a national success story, but its history provides lessons for all involved in public health.