Recommended Resources

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Recommended Resources

Recommended Resources - our backstory...

**January 2021 – we have currently put ‘Recommended Resources’ on hold as we respond to the needs of those engaged with the Health and Care system. If you would like to receive our regular emails please click here to sign up. You can manage your preferences or unsubscribe at any time. Thank you.**

For the first 2 years, our Resources page was a collection of the evidence base and our official papers that shared our reason for being and our ambitions.  It was pretty basic but it had the key links to the key information and thinking.  Since then we have developed our social media footprint, our communications and engagement activity and now our full website.

The evidence base and thought leadership that influences our ambition, our approach and the case for change is ever evolving. The COVID19 pandemic has brought this to the forefront of the media and enabled much more research and evidence to develop as well as more and more experience sharing through stories, surveys, collaboration and live work.

Our aim is to point to the resources we recommend, the ones that we find most aligned, exciting, challenging and forward thinking in the spirit of shared sense making in order for us to find a way collectively and collaboratively to put people back into the heart of health and social care. We do this through regular communications, news items and our new resources site.

Each week we send out our ‘Spotlight On…’ email which highlight three things for a Friday:

  • 1 recommended resource
  • 1 story aligned to our approach
  • 1 tweet of the week

This short slice of support is designed to offer a quick dip into something useful, interesting and relevant as you head into the weekend.

Since March, everyone has been impacted in some way or other by the pandemic and our Coronavirus Resources site was a short term support for those feeling overwhelmed by the volume and pace of information through TV, emails, social media and more.  Our offer was to sift through and find some useful, interesting and relevant resources so you could find what you were looking for when you needed to find it.

We learnt a lot from the plethora of information, offers and resources and frequently checked in to see what you found helpful. We were sometimes surprised as these ranged from opportunities to share your experience of the response to COVID19 right though to how to cut your own hair at home or make delicious brownies with very little flour!

As we all move through the different phases of the pandemic we have moved our focus to recommended resources of a wider nature, more aligned to our ethos and approach and this includes those with a focus on recovery and lessons from the pandemic. The most popular of the resources from the site have been brought into our new fully searchable resources page where you can search on topics, SAQ sections and themes, including COVID19, as well as resource type such as blog, webinar or video.

To see what has featured in our recent Spotlight On… communications you can click on the date links below – please note that the move to the new site means links predating 14th August will no longer work and you can find the resources on our new site using the title. Please bear with us as we work to update these.

Recommended Resources - our backstory...

**January 2021 – we have currently put ‘Recommended Resources’ on hold as we respond to the needs of those engaged with the Health and Care system. If you would like to receive our regular emails please click here to sign up. You can manage your preferences or unsubscribe at any time. Thank you.**

For the first 2 years, our Resources page was a collection of the evidence base and our official papers that shared our reason for being and our ambitions.  It was pretty basic but it had the key links to the key information and thinking.  Since then we have developed our social media footprint, our communications and engagement activity and now our full website.

The evidence base and thought leadership that influences our ambition, our approach and the case for change is ever evolving. The COVID19 pandemic has brought this to the forefront of the media and enabled much more research and evidence to develop as well as more and more experience sharing through stories, surveys, collaboration and live work.

Our aim is to point to the resources we recommend, the ones that we find most aligned, exciting, challenging and forward thinking in the spirit of shared sense making in order for us to find a way collectively and collaboratively to put people back into the heart of health and social care. We do this through regular communications, news items and our new resources site.

Each week we send out our ‘Spotlight On…’ email which highlight three things for a Friday:

  • 1 recommended resource
  • 1 story aligned to our approach
  • 1 tweet of the week

This short slice of support is designed to offer a quick dip into something useful, interesting and relevant as you head into the weekend.

Since March, everyone has been impacted in some way or other by the pandemic and our Coronavirus Resources site was a short term support for those feeling overwhelmed by the volume and pace of information through TV, emails, social media and more.  Our offer was to sift through and find some useful, interesting and relevant resources so you could find what you were looking for when you needed to find it.

We learnt a lot from the plethora of information, offers and resources and frequently checked in to see what you found helpful. We were sometimes surprised as these ranged from opportunities to share your experience of the response to COVID19 right though to how to cut your own hair at home or make delicious brownies with very little flour!

As we all move through the different phases of the pandemic we have moved our focus to recommended resources of a wider nature, more aligned to our ethos and approach and this includes those with a focus on recovery and lessons from the pandemic. The most popular of the resources from the site have been brought into our new fully searchable resources page where you can search on topics, SAQ sections and themes, including COVID19, as well as resource type such as blog, webinar or video.

To see what has featured in our recent Spotlight On… communications you can click on the date links below – please note that the move to the new site means links predating 14th August will no longer work and you can find the resources on our new site using the title. Please bear with us as we work to update these.