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Podcast: Paving the way for truly patient-led healthcare

Podcast: Paving the way for truly patient-led healthcare

David Gilbert, Patient Director for the Sussex MSK Partnership, tells his story about the challenges at the forefront of a patient leadership revolution and the opportunities that lay ahead.

Creating collaborative partnerships for outstanding community care

Creating collaborative partnerships for outstanding community care

Jason Willcox, Service Manager for the Brighton and Hove Memory Assessment Service, speaks of what it means to be rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission, and the crucial role of partnership working and being an autonomous social enterprise.

Improving access to GP appointments in East Sussex

Improving access to GP appointments in East Sussex

Stephen Cracknell, Assistant Manager of Improving Access Services (IAS), talks about what it means to help people visit a GP at a time that suits them.

Here in Brighton and Hove

Here in Brighton and Hove

Una Nicholson from the Circus team celebrates Here being shortlisted for this year’s ‘Company of the Year’ at the Brighton and Hove Business Awards

Being LGBT+ Here: Encouraging diversity at work (Video)

Being LGBT+ Here: Encouraging diversity at work (Video)

Gill Howson (Executive Assistant to Here’s Founding Directors) invites a conversation about how the culture at Here supports people to be themselves at work and we learn how this enables us to do our best work for the communities Here serves.

Putting people in control of their healthcare journey – Shared decision making in MSK services

Putting people in control of their healthcare journey – Shared decision making in MSK services

Following a prestigious award win at the HSJ Healthcare Partnership Awards earlier this Spring, Helen Patten (Advanced Practitioner in Physiotherapy) reflects on the teamwork of the Sussex MSK Partnership (Central) to put people in control of their healthcare.

Five things I learned from going on retreat with my colleagues

Five things I learned from going on retreat with my colleagues

What happens when you spend five days living and learning with your colleagues? Paul Macauley reflects on Here’s home-grown residential training for growing our capacity to care for ourselves and others.

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