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Steve, until very recently, was Managing Director of NHS Improving Quality in England. He is now working with others on a social enterprise opportunity. Previously he was Director of Business, Improvement & Research, for NHS England where he led nationally on the establishment of Academic Health Science Networks. He worked in both Local Authorities and a University social research unit prior to joining the NHS where he has held a number of senior roles, to Board level, including Regional leadership of improvement and efficiency programmes. Trained as a demographer, and more recently a health economist, he has led a number of complex multi-organisational improvement programmes to successful conclusion and is particularly interested in the leadership and promotion of positive change both within organisations and across whole systems.

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December: Empowering people to be heard and helping leaders to listen as part of creating the #AHPsMandate

Across England, Allied Health Professions have co-created a vision of how, with collective action, our nation will be different if all AHPs are used effectively in the health, social and wider care system. In England, AHPs comprise 12 professional groups; art therapists, drama therapists, music therapists, chiropodists/podiatrists, dietitians, occupational therapists, orthoptists, prosthetists and orthotists, paramedics, physiotherapists, […]

Building and aligning energy for change – A review of published and grey literature, initial concept testing and development

We are delighted to make this important review of literature and practice on “energy for change” available to healthcare leaders. This is the first of a series of resources that we are sharing, which we hope will help leaders ignite and fan the flames of energy for change and thereby achieve their health and healthcare improvement goals more quickly, […]

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