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Fresh perspectives on the healthcare challenges of our time and ways to confront them. Fortnightly interviews with movers and shakers making waves across health and care.
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Health On The Line NHS Confederation

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Fresh perspectives on the healthcare challenges of our time and ways to confront them. Fortnightly interviews with movers and shakers making waves across health and care.
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    Matthew Kershaw: When we talk about a backlog it’s patients, it’s people who are waiting!

    Matthew Kershaw: When we talk about a backlog it’s patients, it’s people who are waiting!

    In this episode Matthew Kershaw, chief executive of Croydon Health Services NHS Trust, talks to Matthew Taylor about the challenges of elective recovery in south-west London. Exploring the steps the area is taking, the place-based leader for health shares why, at the height of the pandemic, local partners took the radical decision to set up a hospital within a hospital to continue elective care. The discussion forms part of our new Integration in Action series, a collection of webinars, reports and podcasts that each month reflects a different aspect of integrated care making a difference on the ground.
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    • 29 min
    Ifti Majid: To be more representative means doing things differently

    Ifti Majid: To be more representative means doing things differently

    Does culture eat strategy for breakfast? In this episode, Matthew Taylor sits down with Ifti Majid, chief executive of Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and co-chair of the NHS Confederation’s BME Leadership Network, to discuss organisational culture in times of crisis, the characteristics of effective boards, supporting staff through the pandemic and why 4,000 handwritten notes have made a massive impact.
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    • 32 min
    Rob Webster: I'd love us to recognise that people are our biggest asset.

    Rob Webster: I'd love us to recognise that people are our biggest asset.

    In the first episode of Health on the Line, Matthew Taylor talks to ICS Lead for West Yorkshire and Harrogate, and HSJ Chief Executive of the Year, Rob Webster, about his view on system working, on the NHS workforce being its best asset, and how experiences within his own family have taught him important lessons about leadership and being open about our experiences.
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    • 36 min
    Health On The Line: Teaser

    Health On The Line: Teaser

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