Last week, Stephen Beet (Head of Service and Better Lives Programme Lead at Bristol City Council), Henrietta Curzon and I shared our insights on how to apply behavioural science – and make the changes stick – within adult social care at a Local Government…

  Earlier this month, the economist Richard Thaler won the Nobel Prize  – for his work on ‘nudge theory’ – otherwise known as Behavioural Economics.  This was an eye-catching award; recognition for his efforts not only to change the profession of economics, but to…

NHS Improvement have announced that they will expand the ‘Model Hospital’ database to include mental health, community, specialist acute and ambulance trusts. For me this raises a question about driving sustainable improvement: how helpful will simply providing further data really be, unless additional support…

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