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The generative inspiration of nature and creativity

The generative inspiration of nature and creativity

Paul Macauley looks at In Balance’s month of using the mindful exploration of nature and creativity to strengthen our ability to bring forth what matters, and asks ‘how do you measure the impact of such a thing?’

Hearing what matters: Inviting the Benfield community round for tea

Hearing what matters: Inviting the Benfield community round for tea

Katie Merrien, Lead Primary Care Development Manager and Sangeetha Sornalingham, GP and Darzi Fellow in Clinical Leadership, have been leading on a project to grow understanding of what matters to people in the Benfield Valley Healthcare Hub community in Portslade, beginning by inviting them to the practice and asking them.

Enabling easier person-centred access to hand and wrist physiotherapy in Sussex

Enabling easier person-centred access to hand and wrist physiotherapy in Sussex

Following the latest innovation by the Sussex MSK Partnership – a self-referral option for those with hand and wrist conditions in Sussex – Phoebe Munson, Interim Patient Access Manager, explains what this means for person-centred care and how award-winning partnership working is unlocking wider innovation in MSK services.

An award winning November for Here

An award winning November for Here

Here reflects on what it means to be announced ‘UK Social Enterprise of the Year 2017’ and awarded ‘Employee Owned Innovation of the Year’ all in one exciting month – testament to all who work tirelessly to care for those we serve, at Here and our partner organisations.

Improving quality of life for people with memory problems

Improving quality of life for people with memory problems

What does ‘service redesign’ look like in practice? Tiffeny James, Louisa Marchant and Lesley Reeves – Memory Support Workers in the Brighton and Hove Memory Assessment Service (MAS) – talk about the impact of their work.

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