Our NHS Reset campaign is spotlighting the views and reflections of members and stakeholders as part of a dedicated series of blogs.
Catch up on the latest contributions:
Why the challenge to reset is a cultural one
Richard Stubbs from Yorkshire and Humber AHSN reflects on whether the cultural conditions that have supported service transformation are sustainable in the longer term.
The value of public scrutiny in resetting the NHS
Ed Hammond from the Centre for Public Scrutiny explores why confronting uncomfortable truths is a necessary first step towards designing new approaches in the post-COVID-19 world.
Working together to reset health and care
Imelda Redmond from Healthwatch England explains why we must listen to service user experience and work together to reset health and care.
Reflections and learning from COVID-19
Nick Kirby from the Shelford Group identifies a number of themes seen as critical, not only for responding to the next phases of the pandemic, but for resetting the NHS.
Time for the partnerships we always needed
Neil Tester from the Richmond Group of Charities reports on how the health and social care voluntary sector has risen to the challenges posed by the pandemic and looks at how they can shape the way it works in the future.
We are at a crossroads - which way now?
Our chief executive Niall Dickson takes us on the journey of England's healthcare restructures and offers some pointers on how to get to where we want to be in the future.
The benefits of integration during COVID-19
Raj Jain from the Northern Care Alliance explores how deep-seated integration has supported the alliance's response to COVID-19.
Five key principles to guide us through the COVID-19 aftermath
Sussex Partnership's Peter Molyneux argues that if talk about the COVID-19 recovery is going to be meaningful, the principles of connectedness, hope, identity, meaning and empowerment have to be key.
Reset, not just recovery
Niall Dickson looks at the shape of our health and care services as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
Want to add your view?
We'd be delighted to feature your reflections as part of the series. Simply get in touch with Joy.email@example.com to register your interest.