Don Redding is Director of Policy for National Voices, the coalition of national health and social care charities working to bring service user voice into policy making in England. He has led National Voices’ work on integrated care, including the production of five ‘narratives’ demonstrating what people themselves want from ‘person centred coordinated care’. This has helped define the purpose of integration across all system leading bodies and in local areas, and Don remains engaged with the integration pioneers programme. Don also led the development of National Voices’ position statement, ‘Person Centred Care 2020’. He is currently part of the Realising the Value programme working with NHS England to develop a new articulation of value in health and care, based on what matters most to people and communities to inform the NHS Five Year Forward View. A former social care journalist, Don has worked for leading national voluntary organisations since 1991, and was previously head of policy and communications for Picker Institute Europe.