Ideas Hub July Round Up
In case you missed them the first time around, here’s a round-up of all the stories posted on the Ideas Hub in July.
A quote by Professor Bob Garvey reminds us to really look closely at the conversations we are having and the questions we are asking people; to ensure that the conversations have a lasting impact on the respondent; not just tick a box for us.
We’ve been thinking about the co-production highlights of the year. These are the stories that have particularly resonated with us and why.
We hear about pioneering online website connecting homeless people to resources and resources to where they’re most needed.
Nick Dixon explains how a family practice and community hub are using social prescribing and peer group gardening to benefit the Woodley community and staff workloads.
We learn about a sexual health service that are a fantastic example of how technology can be harnessed to work alongside place based clinics to improve health services.
We look at Localis’ latest report on health and social care integration which advocates a move away from focussing on structures and finances.
We talk to Co-Founder Viv Slack about Street Support, a co-produced online resource which helps people experiencing homelessness find support services.
Sian Lockwood OBE, Chief Executive of Community Cataylsts reflects on what she learnt from her best mistake and how it helped her to become a leader.