A podcast about big ideas in health and care. We talk with experts from The King’s Fund and beyond about the NHS, social care, and all things health policy and leadership. New episodes monthly.
The health care of tomorrow? International learning on community, technology, and avoiding digital exclusion
What does the future of care delivery look like? Anna Charles talks with Dr Steven Tierney from Southcentral Foundation in Anchorage, Alaska, and Dr Henry Chung from Montefiore in New York, to explore how their health systems have transformed to better support local communities, and how to address digital exclusion in an increasingly digital world.
The NHS staff survey: working through Covid-19 and beyond
Helen McKenna sits down with Suzie Bailey, Director of Leadership and Organisational Development at The King’s Fund and Professor Michael West to explore the results of the 2020 NHS staff survey and discuss how the NHS can create an inclusive, compassionate, and supportive working environment for staff.
What makes a leader? GP trainee, Dr Nish Manek, on getting people behind a purpose
Helen McKenna speaks with Dr Nish Manek, a GP trainee and founder of the NextGen leadership programme, about her leadership journey, how she’s dealt with imposter syndrome, and the impact of Covid-19 on how we deliver primary care.
Sleeping rough during Covid-19 and beyond: a public health emergency?
What can the NHS do to meet the health needs of people sleeping rough? What was the inside story of the Everyone In initiative during Covid-19? And will the government end rough sleeping by 2024? Helen McKenna sits down with Dame Louise Casey, recent Chair of the Prime Minister’s Rough Sleeping Taskforce, Dr Caroline Shulman, a GP working in inclusion health, and Paul Atherton (FRSA), who shares his lived experience of homelessness.
Reviewing 2020’s most popular podcast episodes
Ian Ford and Sarah Murphy, producers for The King's Fund podcast, sit down to reveal the top three podcast episodes of the year and look ahead to what's coming up in 2021.
Can the NHS be a truly flexible workplace?
Helen McKenna sits down with Kate Jarman, Director of communications and corporate affairs at Milton Keynes University Hospital and co-founder of Flex NHS to discuss what working flexibly means in practice, communicating during Covid-19 and activism in the health service.
Very informative/ Enlightening Podcast
Thank you for discussing such a fantastic and well discussed topic.
I found the podcast very enlightening and informative. All speakers well very well informed and experienced in their designated areas.
I intend to encourage and direct colleagues to take up using this platform as we all have different learning styles and podcasts definitely are best suited for some learners..
Thank you once more, you have enlightened my knowledge on race inequality and researches currently been carried out to counteract this within the NHS..
Can I ask how one can get involve on a national platform level please.
Really liked the podcast and Poppy’s insight into leadership especially for women from diverse ethnic background. Bring on the Sari Revolution!
I’m really enjoying listening to this and the guests are great- thanks