31 January 2019
Care for the carers, improve care – an introduction to Schwartz Rounds
Julian Groves gives an overview of Schwartz Rounds and why we are supporting a pilot programme to trial Rounds in children's social care organisations.
17 October 2018
Improving children’s cancer services with patient experience data
How the experience of patients and their families can help transform children and young people's cancer services
28 September 2018
“You will make mistakes – and that is normal”
Point of Care Foundation Associate Joanna Goodrich writes on the findings of our work looking at the teaching of professionalism in UK medical schools.
12 September 2018
How do trusts engage with their ‘most important asset’?
Jocelyn Cornwell discusses the key lessons to draw from case studies of staff engagement at three NHS trusts.
13 August 2018
‘The workforce’: People and relationships
To solve the labour crisis in the NHS, we need to stop talking about ‘the workforce’ and start talking about people and relationships, argues Jocelyn Cornwell
20 July 2018
Introducing the Sweeney Community
We're introducing a new newsletter about our quality improvement work
05 June 2018
‘What matters to you’ day – starting conversations that can transform care
Head of Improvement Bev Fitzsimons and Point of Care Foundation Associate Joanna Goodrich discuss the 'What matters to you' initiative that encourages hospitals to put patients first.
29 May 2018
What does staff engagement mean in the NHS and why is it important?
Our chief executive Jocelyn Cornwell joined Rhiannon Barker and Karen Ford to co-author a blog for the BMJ, detailing findings from a Health Foundation-funded project looking at staff engagement in the NHS
24 May 2018
Dying matters: Living well to the very end
Our Head of Improvement Bev Fitzsimons wrote a blog for NHS England in support of Dying Matters Week (14-18 May) in which she described the work of our end-of-life care collaborative 'Living Well to the Very End'.
21 May 2018
How do we make patient experience data more useful?
Louise Locock describes the development of a new guide to help frontline NHS staff make better use of patient experience data.