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There are a lot of brilliant digital apps that have great potential to support health and social care but they face two hurdles that mean many will fail. How to get them adopted in the complex and confusing worlds of health care and social care? How to get good evidence of the effectiveness of the […]
Are you a technology company seeking R&D funding for an innovation in health and social care? No matter where you are on the innovation pathway, we can help you by accelerating your progress towards the market. There are many barriers to effective implementation of potentially beneficial healthcare technologies and we can help you to effectively […]
Government actions to combat the coronavirus keep having unexpected consequences: students returning to University spread the virus, an examination algorithm leads to school children from disadvantaged backgrounds having their grades downgraded, and closing bars at 10 pm leads to people not socially distancing in the streets. We should not be surprised about these unexpected consequences […]
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As the Covid-19 crisis has deepened relations between politicians and their scientific advisers have become increasingly frayed. Politicians want to hear we are making progress and that the actions they are taking are being effective. They may want to highlight statistics that point in this direction. The scientists however must stay true to their data […]
This book provides a new and innovative approach to mindfulness using short stories. Written for individuals and for groups, the book encourages readers to examine their lives, past, present and future. The 100 stories, written in 25 quartets, ascend from the ‘Base Camp’ of self-awareness, through the various levels of the ‘Slope’, and the ‘Crest’, to the ‘Summit’ of a new […]
The Government process for dealing with the Covid-19 crisis has revealed many of the issues at the heart of creating an effective action research strategy. The Government is responsible for policy making and they have SAGE (the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies) to provide scientific and technical advice. SAGE assesses the data on the progress […]