Opinion, comment and expertise from NHS Providers experts, leaders, members and stakeholders on key issues in the NHS today. New ideas and trusted experience from our leading thinkers and experts in NHS policy and leadership.
Oliver Potter discusses how the NHS is uniquely positioned to play a central and pioneering role in tackling inequalities both for disabled patients and its disabled staff.
Penny Pereira, initiative director at Q, discusses the four essentials that support successful partnership working in a world of integrated care.
Ella Fuller highlights the great work trusts are doing to bear down on the care backlog from our latest Providers Deliver podcast series.
In support of mental health awareness week, Yasmin Al-haboubi and Kenny Oladimeji discuss this year's theme of loneliness and the pressures facing mental health services in the NHS.
Yinka Makinde, director of digital workforce at NHS England and NHS Improvement, discusses the ways boards can realise the opportunities of digital transformation.
Clive Lewis, chief executive officer for Globis Mediation Group explores building trust and developing shared cultures when working in partnership and collaboration.
Dan Sheldon, Public Digital Network health technology specialist, discusses key considerations for successful digital delivery and learnings from NHS Providers' Digital Boards programme.
Isabel Lawicka discusses a recent speech by health and social care secretary Sajid Javid on his vision for NHS reform, and the need for the NHS to be supported on its path of continuous improvement.
Miriam Deakin and Daniel Reynolds, on behalf of the Community Network, discuss the urgent need for a plan to tackle backlogs of care in children and young people's services.
Paul Devlin, chair at Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, discusses how good governance can be sustained by building on lessons from the pandemic.
Hannah Long discusses the NHS' diagnostic capacity for cancer and elective care and highlights the importance of managing this well in order for the health service to bear down on the care backlog.
Maureen Burke, public governor at Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, shares her journey, experiences and what motivated her to take on her role.