News from National Voices

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has conducted a review of NHS Trusts’ approaches to investigating patient deaths. The review finds that no trust was able to demonstrate good practice across all...

On 8 December, Wellbeing Our Way hosted its first coproduction masterclass, in partnership with the Coalition for Collaborative Care. The event was a practical introduction to coproduction including what it is, how to get started and how...

Today (2 December 2016) the Cabinet Office has published 10 new standards for grants given by Government departments and their arm’s length bodies.

The standards represent a welcome move away from...

National Voices responds to the Government's 2016 Autumn Statement

The Chancellor has delivered his first Autumn Statement, but despite many calls to support a struggling health and care system, he did not announce any additional funding for social care or the NHS...

National Voices has joined with NHS Clinical Commissioners, the NHS Confederation, and the Centre for Public Scrutiny to back a new checklist for Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) governance and engagement.

National Voices has joined with NHS Clinical Commissioners, the NHS Confederation, and the Centre for Public Scrutiny to back a new Checklist for Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) governance and engagement....

This month's edition of WOW Now is about Wellbeing Our Way's work in Greater Manchester.

  • Emma, Wellbeing Our Way's Regional Coordinator for Greater Manchester, introduces herself and outlines Wellbeing Our Way's work in the area
  • Get involved: Greater Manchester communities
  • ...
A set of major new publications, developed in partnership with National Voices, has concluded that person-centred approaches are pivotal to improving health and care during financially restrained times.

A set of major new publications, developed in partnership with National Voices, has concluded that person-centred approaches are pivotal to improving health and care during financially restrained times.

The...

The King’s Fund have published a report on Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) which concludes that despite the controversy surrounding them, STPs offer the “best hope to improve health and care...

National Voicers responds to the Review which makes a series of recommendations to speed up access to innovative new diagnostic tools, drugs, digital healthcare and medical technologies.

A new publication from National Voices sets a standard for how patients and citizens should be involved in research and innovation.

'Involving patients and citizens: I Statements for research and innovation' was developed as part of the Government commissioned...

National Voices responds to the Academy of Medical Royal College launching the Choosing Wisely campaign. The medical body has published a list of 40 treatments and procedures that they deem to be of little or no benefit to patients.

The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges has today (24 October 2016) launched its Choosing Wisely campaign. The medical body has published a list of 40 treatments and procedures that they deem to be of little or no benefit to patients...

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