NHS innovators have much to learn from the leviathans of the technology world, says John Craig
People Powered Health services build on the concept of co-production to improve the quality of life for patients. It has the potential to save the NHS £4.4bn annually.
REAL Projects is an innovative approach to teaching in which students design, plan and carry out projects based on real world issues, developing skills fit for the 21st century.
We are part of the consortium delivering the Department for Education's Innovation Programme which develops more effective ways of supporting vulnerable children.

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Lessons from Rwanda part 2 - teaching and learning hinges on trust

23rd January 2015
Here's part two of our blog series from Innovation Unit's project based learning coach, Kay Flewelling from her experiences as part of Rwanda's Innovation Hub, working with the Ministry of Education...

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Radical Change Made Reality I Municipal Journal

16th December 2014
Lambeth’s mental health care system has, for the past five years, been doing just that – taking co-production seriously by building a shared vision for radical change in the commissioning and...