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Roger Kline, research fellow at Middlesex University, sets out 10 suggestions for boards and integrated care system leaders to ensure faster progress to tackle workforce race discrimination.
Chris Hopson highlights the vital need for Test and Trace to work in order to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Dorset County Hospital Foundation Trust chief executive Patricia Miller looks at actions boards should take to make progress on equality, diversity and inclusion.
Saffron Cordery reflects on the learnings from the first few months of our new Digital Boards programme, and looks at what's next.
Katherine Mason highlights five speakers she's most looking forward to hearing from at this year's annual conference and exhibition.
Catherine Harrison discusses psychological safety during the pandemic and why it is important for the wellbeing of health and care workers.
Bev Fitzsimons, director of the Point of Care Foundation, highlights the importance of supporting health workers psychological health during the pandemic.
Ross Wigham, NHS Providers communication leads network chair, reflects on how well NHS communicators have performed during the pandemic.
On World Suicide Prevention Day, Mersey Care Foundation Trust chief executive Joe Rafferty shares his views on why this year is important for all NHS providers.
Steffi Camm, fundraising officer at Unicef, and Matthew Winn, chief executive of Cambridgshire Community Services NHS Trust, discuss a flu jab initiative.
John Coutts writes that accountability must be defined, and that it remains crucial that accountability is rooted alongside the legal power to decide and act.
Saffron Cordery sheds light on the difficult challenges people with a learning disability and autism face before and in the aftermath of COVID-19.