Co-authored by Innovation Unit Chair, Paul Roberts, The Virtuous Circle argues that cultural and creative activities should form a vital part of the everyday lives of young people – that they are academically, physically, socially and emotionally enriching.
Our 10 ideas for 21st Century Healthcare support the design and delivery of innovative services for people that are living with long term health conditions.
We are interested in recruiting Trainee Project Coordinators and Researchers to support project teams in the delivery of our varied portfolio of projects.You will have the opportunity to work across health and social care, education and local government.
We are part of the consortium delivering the Department for Education's Innovation Programme which develops more effective ways of supporting vulnerable children.

Recent blogs

Innovation levers - what we need to focus on in developing radically different health services

11th November 2014
Why can’t the NHS be more like a tech start-up? Why can’t it shift its strategy overnight and innovate over weeks not years. Actually, there are lots of reasons, not least its age, size and...

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Prevention is a Better Investment than Cure I HSJ

13th November 2014
It is a truism that prevention is better than cure, but the reality in health and social care is that for both commissioners and politicians, investment in treatment has always been safer than...