The biggest and most untapped asset in the NHS is the time and skills of its professionals by Simon Kaye

This is the third blog in a series about timebanking. You can read the first blog here and the second blog here.   Change is once again afoot in the NHS. Medical professionals, policy experts, and the closely watching general public know that our health service is no stranger to reorganisation. But some things never seem […]

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What does COP26 mean for health leaders? by Rebecca Taylor-Smith, Sarah Walpole and colleagues

What will healthcare look like in 2050? Planetary health refers to the health of human civilisation and the state of natural systems on which it depends.  How can our actions now, ensure safe, holistic and equitable care for the people of the future? The evidence is clear; the climate emergency is a health emergency. The […]

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Bearing Witness – a new digital campaign connects healthcare workers in the UK with their peers in Humanitarian Disasters by Hesham Abdalla

Humanitarian disasters seem pervasive in the news, with Afghanistan being only the latest in a long list of devastating events. When reading and watching accounts of these crises however, I often find myself swiping past them, shutting out the victims’ pain that would otherwise be overwhelming. The stress is particularly acute amongst Healthcare professionals working […]

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Adult Development Theory: growing medical leadership capability in response to a metamodern cultural pandemic by Fiona Day

None of us can envisage how the complex adaptive system of planet Earth and its ecosystems will develop over time, but one thing is certain – that our planet, and the human societies, animals and plants which inhabit it – will change in ways which are unknown and unknowable. The dominant cultural paradigms which have […]

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