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  1. Helping you get the most out of your stakeholder engagement

    Learn how TPHC’s specialists are guiding our customers through tailored stakeholder engagement, helping them to reach the stakeholders they need to hear and learn from.

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  2. How AI is transforming urgent and emergency care

    By Shaun Crinion, Deputy Head of IUC and Digital programme – TPHC The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the health and care space is a hot topic in 2024. Popping up across agendas at various healthcare conferences, AI’s presence is far wide and its pace is blistering. Within the health and care space, many […]

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  3. Working with Brent PCNs to identify signs of liver cancer earlier

    In October 2024, TPHC began working with colleagues from Harness North and Harness South Primary Care Networks (PCNs) in Brent, north west London, to support their involvement in a 12-month NHS England Liver Case-finding pilot. Around 6,100 people are diagnosed with liver cancer each year and incidences of liver cancer has increased by 50% over […]

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  4. Collaborative leadership – what is it and what are the benefits?

    When leaders work shoulder-to-shoulder with other leaders to accomplish shared goals, often in challenging and complex environments, what they are doing is exercising collaborative leadership. It is a term that has been around a long time and a practice that is fundamental to the success of health and care services, particularly for delivery of patient-centred […]

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  5. World Cancer Day 2024: Closing the care gap

    4 February marked World Cancer Day, an annual global campaign calling for equal access to life-saving cancer diagnosis, treatment and care for all. Research commissioned by Macmillan Cancer Support shows that people living with cancer in London report worse experiences of cancer care when compared to other areas of England[1]. This figure is higher still […]

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  6. Get involved with Great Mental Health Day in London 2024

    It’s January. It’s dark. It’s cold. And those New Year Resolutions have possibly already become forgotten. Frankly, there’s no better time to get together and have open and honest conversations with each other about what we’ve been experiencing recently and what pressures we may be facing. Cue Great Mental Health Day on Friday, 26 January! […]

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  7. Fostering Compassion and Advocacy: Highlights from the 2023 International Street Medicine Symposium in London

    By Jemma Gilbert OBE and Michael Buggle, for the Homeless Health London Partnership at Transformation Partners in Health and Care.  In the face of some recent disheartening news about the increasing rates of street homelessness (+26%), coupled with continuing barriers in accessing GP practices, the International Street Medicine Symposium last week served as a refreshing […]

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  8. Taking a public health approach to improving asthma outcomes in children and young people

    Professor Kevin Fenton, Regional Director for London, Office for Health Improvement and Disparities Improving asthma-related outcomes and tackling health inequalities in London must go beyond excellent clinical management and personalised care for children, young people and their families to embrace a population health approach.  Understanding and addressing wider factors linked to asthma – including importantly […]

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