Trans Health & Justice

CIE have completed the review of how the health and social care needs of trans offenders are being met in the criminal justice system. The review was commissioned by NHS England who are responsible for commissioning health services in large parts of the criminal justice system. The final report Inside Gender Identity is being launched on […]

Gate to Gate Report published

Gate to Gate: Improving the mental health and criminal justice care pathways for veterans and family members is a CIE publication on a programme of work undertaken on behalf of NHS England, to explore the effectiveness of health and criminal justice care pathways for veterans with complex mental health needs. Read about and download the […]

Breaking the Barriers Summit

The Breaking Barriers Summit is designed for those in the NHS and local government tasked with tackling the challenges around health and social care provision and building a sustainable and transformative local system. The focus of the Summit is on developing a financially sustainable and innovative model between local government and the NHS, setting out […]

British society more elitist than ever

The Social Mobility and Child Poverty (SMCP) Commission report “Elitist Britain?” presents analysis on the background of 4,000 leaders in politics, business, the media and other aspects of public life in the UK. “This research highlights a dramatic over-representation of those educated at independent schools and Oxbridge across the institutions that have such a profound […]

Health and Wellbeing Boards One year On

New report from the King’s Fund assesses Health and Wellbeing Boards one year on. Despite some progress and successes the report highlights risks that urgent strategic challenges are not being addressed: Download the report here    Tweet This Post

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Extension of friends and family test to community mental health services

Another window on patient satisfaction will come for the extension of the friends and family test. By December 2014 patients will routinely be asked not only if they would recommend their hospital to friends and family, but also their GP practice, and community and mental health services. This will be applied to all NHS services […]

From Cradle to the Grave a Tale of two communities

This remarkable video brings to life some of the issues faced by the Gypsy and Traveller communities when trying to access healthcare. Tweet This Post

Big Society impact on equalities

Open for All? The changing nature of equality under big society and localism (January 2012) is a report presenting new research undertaken between February and October 2011 by the Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) and the Centre for Local Policy Studies (CLPS) at Edge Hill University. Commissioned by Voluntary Sector North West (VSNW) and […]

NHS Equality Delivery System launched

On 10th November, 2011 the NHS Equality Delivery System (EDS) was launched in Leicester.  The EDS has been Initiated by the NHS Equality and Diversity Council (EDC) which was established in 2009 to provide strategic support the NHS in order to deliver better outcomes for patients, comply with the Equality Act 2010, ensure services and work places are personal, fair […]

The maths of cities and pace of innovation

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