Hannah Chalmers talks about why shared decision making must be a respectful and compassionate meeting of two equals – not just a way of getting patients to do what a doctor wants.
This is the fifth blog in a series on how National Voices members are enabling person-centred care. View other blogs in the series.
Claire Daley of Alzheimer’s Society talks about the simple ‘This is me’ resource that enables health and social care professionals to better understand who a person really is.
National Voices has launched a Peer Support Hub – an online bank of high quality resources for people looking to measure, evaluate, sustain and grow different types of peer support.
The Hub collates, curates and categorises the best quality information and...
Sylvia Targett talks about the vital role of advocates and how the NHS can better engage with the third sector.
National Voices' outgoing Chief Executive Jeremy Taylor looks back on how the health policy landscape has changed in the last decade and some of the challenges that lie ahead.
This is the fourth blog in a series on how National Voices members are enabling person-centred care. View other blogs in the series.
Ruby Waterworth of Youth Access shares how the ‘Our Minds Our Future’ campaign is giving young people a platform to call for better youth mental health support.