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Trust and therapeutic relationships

Trusting experts and epistemic humility in disability Ho, A. (2011) International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics Abstract: It is generally accepted that the therapeutic relationship between professionals and patients is one of trust. Nonetheless, some patient groups carry certain social vulnerabilities that can be exacerbated when they extend trust to health-care professionals. In exploring the epistemic and ethical implications of expert status, this paper examines how calls to trust may increase epistemic oppression and […]

Social entrepreneurship

Transform Ageing: A stitch in time – inside The Sewing Rooms CASE STUDY At the end of 2017 Design Council invited social entrepreneurs to respond to a series of six briefs compiled by local communities looking for innovative product and service solutions, with the simple aim of improving the experience of later life for local people in Somerset, Torbay, Devon and Cornwall. Nineteen social entrepreneurs successfully responded and received funding and support to deliver lasting […]

Community transport

Laughs, heartache and the winding road: life stories aboard a community bus in rural Wales Dial-a-Ride is a UK community transport service assisting people – largely the elderly – when ordinary public transport is either unsuitable or unavailable. In this short documentary, the UK filmmakers George Cowie and Tom Huntingford spend two weeks on a Dial-a-Ride bus as it traverses rural South Wales, engaging with the driver and passengers about their perspectives on life and […]

Shared decision making (health)

Shared decision making is when health professionals and patients work together. This puts people at the centre of decisions about their own treatment and care. Explore further with these NICE guidelines.  NHS England has more information and a summary guide for people and organisations leading local implementation of shared decision making. Shared decision making: a model for clinical practice from The Health Foundation aims to translate existing conceptual descriptions of shared decision making int a three-step […]

Social prescribing

Recognising that people’s health is determined primarily by a range of social, economic and environmental factors, social prescribing seeks to address people’s needs in a holistic way. It also aims to support individuals to take greater control of their own health. As well as benefitting the individual, social prescribing schemes could also lead to a reduction in the use of NHS services. Essentially, it’s a mechanism for linking patients with non-medical sources of support within the community […]

Community asset transfer (CAT)

Community asset transfer is the transfer of land or buildings from a public body (usually a local authority) to a community based organisation at less than market value. This is done to achieve a local social, economic or environmental benefit. Across England, public spaces such as parks, libraries and swimming pools have been successfully managed by the community. Check out the introductory pages and guide by MyCommunity for more information. The Development Trusts Association also […]

Involving the public in robust and trustworthy data sharing

Carnegie UK Trust: Adams, L. and Burall, S. (2019) ‘Involving the Public in Robust and Trustworthy Data Sharing’ is a summary of the next stage of work within Data for Public Benefit project. This short report further explores the value of a data sharing framework and how to ensure the public voice remains the central driving force within data-sharing arrangements. Full report: https://www.carnegieuktrust.org.uk/publications/involving-the-public/

Public involvement in health outcomes research (Grundy, A. et al., 2019)

Public involvement in health outcomes research: lessons learnt from the development of the recovering quality of life (ReQoL) measures Grundy, A. et al., 2019 Note: this is not co-production, however the authors make an excellent point in their discussion regarding managing differing opinions and creating shared goals. “We think it is first important to acknowledge that disagreements will occur in the co-production of research by virtue of different perspectives. In terms of managing them, researchers should […]

Foundational economy

Several articles exploring the idea that once manufacturing leaves an area the Foundational Economy remains. This involves utilities, food production and retail services and does not change much in demand even as price does, suggesting long term stability in an ever more volatile economic society.   A book on the basics of the Foundational Economy. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/323780333_The_Foundational_economy_The_infrastructure_of_everyday_life  A article published in advance of the Senedd meeting to discuss the Foundational Economy on Oct 2018. https://seneddresearch.blog/2018/10/16/the-foundational-economy-2/ A […]

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