An overview of the monthly resource topics for the next six months on the Source for Network Platform.

A series of video interviews by Prof Becky Malby to inform and guide NHS Leaders through the current context - 

  1. Prof Keith Grint From Crisis to Adaptive Leadership.
  2. Irwin Turbitt – The Adaptive Challenge.
  3. Myron Rogers - How to Lead Adaptive Change.Interview.
  4. Liz de Wet – The Personal Leadership Challenge.
  5. Dr Brent James - Lessons from High Performing Health Systems. 
  6. Charlotte Augst – The Answers are in the Community.
  7. Tania Eber – The Power of Self Managed Teams. Lessons from Buurtzorg.

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JULY 2020 - Reducing demand by collaborating with communities

An overview of resources for co-production developed in partnership with NHS England

Carol Read RN/MSc 

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JULY 2020 - Reducing demand by collaborating with communities

A short video by Spice on co-production which could be used by leaders.to explore the concept with their network.  

Carol Read RN/MSc

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JULY 2020 - Reducing demand by collaborating with communities

A case study on Buckinghamshire Time Credits are supporting Prevention Matters, a programme to help people to live healthily and independently for longer.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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JULY 2020 - Reducing demand by collaborating with communities

Paul Taylor takes a patient insider view into developing services for the new normal through communities.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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JULY 2020 - Reducing demand by collaborating with communities

A Kings Fund report on restoring services through the challenge of Covid-19 and beyond.  Priorities relevant for networks.

Carol Read RN/MSc 

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JULY 2020- Reducing demand by collaborating with communities

A qualitative re search study of a new model of integrated health and social care, particularly important due to increasing financial and epidemiological pressures on service.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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JULY 2020 - Reducing demand by collaborating with communities

Inspired by the example of Buurtzorg in the Netherlands, GSTT secured funding fo support a ‘test and learn’ initiative to provide holistic services through self-managed teams in Lambeth and Southwark.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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JULY 2020 - Reducing demand by collaborating with communities

A technical report that covers research on the benefits of patients and health care professionals working together.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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JUNE 2020 - Governance and shared accountability

On this episode, Brroke Vuckovic (Clinical Leadership Professor at Kellogg School of Management) shares three works of literature that challenge leaders to approach moral questions more thoughtfully.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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JUNE 2020 - Governance and shared accountability

The third blog in a series for leaders providing practical steps and resources to build governance and shared accountability within networks.

Carol Read RN/MSc

JUNE 2020 - Governance and shared accountability

A short report from the National Inquiry into Ethical Decision-making in the NHS, created in partnership with the IDEA Centre and the Centre for Innovation in Health Management.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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JUNE 2020 - Governance and shared accountability

An overview of good governance through the lens of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Carol Read RN/MSc

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JUNE 2020 - Governance and shared accountability

Professor Becky Malby covers network top tips through a series of videos.

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JUNE 2020 - Governance and shared accountability

Fundamental tools for leaders to communicate with their network in uncertain times with purpose and trust.

Carol Read RN.MSc

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JUNE 2020 - Governance and shared accountability

A McKinsey quarterly deep dive into five dimensions of centered leadership.

Carol Read RN/MSc 

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MAY 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members

The second blog in a series for leaders providing practical steps and resources to build resilience within their networks.

Carol Read RN/MSc

MAY 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members

A monthly resource list for May 2020 covering all content within the intelligence, blogs and case studies sections.

Carol Read RN/MSc

MAY 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members.

Exploring five fundamental qualities of resilient leadership and how they can guide organisations and networks through the COVID-19 crisis.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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MAY 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members.

Insight from Buurtzorg Nederland on how the teams are learning and working together during a pandemic.

Carol Read RN/MSc 

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MAY 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members.

A thought provoking blog from Paul Taylor on resiliance and making change happen in difficult times.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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MAY 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members.

A comprehensive discussion, resources and insights on Safety-II in action during COVID-19 with Simon Gill, Suzette Woodward and Paul Stretton.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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MAY 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members

Poppy Jaman OBE, Chief Executive of City Mental Health Alliance, chats with Helen McKenna about mental health in the workplace, and shares her advice for future leaders.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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MAY 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members.

A review of how resilient leaders can recognize and reinforce critical shifts from a “today” to a “tomorrow” mindset for their teams. 

Carol Read RN/MSc

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MAY 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members.

Primary care podcast with Tara Humphrey and Ben Gowland reflecting on life after Covid-19 and how we will use the benefits, experiences and best practice that has been learnt during recent times.

Carol Read RN/Msc

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MAY 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members.

Daniel Dworkin and Nick Petschek show through a series of examples how your team or network can be connected via shared purpose.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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MAY 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members.

A comprehensive toolkit developed by British Columbia Patient Safety and Quality Council including Activities for Transforming Teams & Igniting Change.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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MAY - Securing resilience in network partners and members

A Harvard Business Review blog which highlights research based observations that organisations and networks can learn to develop a culture of resilience.

George Everly

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

A blog highlighting how integrated care networks can aid collaboration in systems that are challenged during a pandemic.

Carol Read RN/MSc

May 2020 - Securing resilience in network partners and members

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

June Holley's blog explains why every network needs to be part of and explicitly develop networks of networks to maximize their impact.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

A video which highlights the importance of networks of networks and self-organizing as the key factors needed to shift systems.  This useful resource can be downloaded - Why Networks?

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

Insight from Jeff Hyman - Kellogg School of Management - North Western University for network leaders and organisations.

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

Maria Bakardjieva and Mylnn Felt explore through research in Canada, how leadership labour is performed by individual participants who aren’t necessarily identified as traditional leaders.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

A blog on uncertainty, complexity and system leadership by Celine Schillinger.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

A Stanford Business School approach to leadership in a crisis.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

A research-based critical review of collaborative leadership practice and how this can be applied in an organisation.

Jerry Van Vactor

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

Five principles for network leaders to make smart decisions during the pandemic.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

A Kings Fund round up of  working virtually tips adapted from Zoom and from the research of Ghislaine Caulat (2012.)

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

The video by Simon Sinek provides a series of inspiring reflections on relationships, trust, teamwork, and what it means to each play our part in creating and building a shared vision and project.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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April 2020 - Collaborating in systems that are challenged

Suzie Bailey and Michael West explore this moment of crisis as an opportunity to improve compassionate leadership across Health and Social care.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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Sytems leadership

March 2020 - Integrated Care Systems

Additional material to support the Integrated care networks learning space.

Carol Read RN/MSc

March 2020 - Integrated Care Systems

An interview with Tom Riordon, Chief Executive at Leeds City Council on the sticky cultural issues that have to be addressed if organisations and services are going to collaborate in place to meet people’s needs.

March 2020 - Integrated Care Systems

A Kings Fund long read by Professor Sir Chris Ham which covers additional context on integrated care systems, partners and accountable care organisations in the NHS. 

Carol Read RN/MSc

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March 2020 - Integrated Care Systems

A useful resource that covers the approach to integrated care in Canada. 

Carol Read RN/MSc

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March 2020 - Integrated Care Systems

The research paper reports a move towards a system leadership culture with an approach and a methodology.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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March 2020 - Integrated Care Systems

An overview of the integrated care network vision in Islington. 

Carol Read RN/MSc

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March 2020 - Integrated Care Systems

This research report from the Nuffield Trust investigates what is actually meant by integrated care and explores the concepts that underpin it.

Sara Shaw, Rebecca Rosen and Benedict Rumbold

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March 2020 - Integrated Care Systems

A useful blog that provides historical context for Primary Care Networks and how they fit within integrated care. 

Dr R Fisher - The Health Foundation

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Summary of all the resource and updates in March 2020

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  Event date: Monday, 20th Jan, 2020
  Start time: 15:00  (Duration: 1 h)
  End Date: 20 Jan 2020

  Location: Webinar

Like a recipe, this webinar helps give you all the ingrediants you need for a Community of Practice. All resources are now published

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  Event date: Monday, 25th Nov, 2019
  Start time: 15:00  (Duration: 1 h)
  End Date: 25 Nov 2019

  Location: Webinar

Networks or Hierarchies? is the choice that straightforward? This webinar will help you with answering this question and more. All resource now available

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  Event date: Monday, 19th Aug, 2019
  Start time: 14:00  
  End Date: 18 Aug 2019

  Location: Webinar

A webinar on using social media to build your networks. All resources are now published.

"Tackling chronic disease through an international, collaborative network" a case study 

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Latest updates and forthcoming events on S4N

February 2020 Highlights

  Event date: Thursday, 05th Dec, 2019
  Start time: 13:36  
  End Date: 10 Aug 2020

Recording of the webinar in 25th Nov 2019 Comparing Networks and Hierarchies and whether the choice is that simple

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This podcast, the first in the Source4Networks Podcast series, features Tara Humphrey (Managing Director, THC Primary Care), interviewing Sophie Edwards (faculty member for the Primary Care Improvement Community (PCIC)), on the important subject of network governance

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For effective implementation in a complex organization such as a network in the health sector, some authors suggest a multi-level governance perspective which takes into account the complexity of steering collective action in a network whose partners include clinicians and non-clinicians, who are both autonomous and interdependent. At each level, governance practices focus on promoting the adaptation of service provision, managing relations among partners, developing knowledge through information, formulating a vision, fostering adherence to values and norms, and providing the monitoring and control needed to ensure the intended result, that is, integration, are achieved.

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Source for Networks Monthly Highlights for June 

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Source4Networks Monthly Highlights for April 2019

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 Innovation Network’s Logic Model Workbook - A logic model is a commonly-used tool to clarify and depict a program within an organisation.  A useful tool to develop when thinking about your impact and value

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Source4Networks Monthly Highlights for Aug 2019

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An insightful blog on Primary Care Networks, drawn from knowledge and experience across the country by Professor Becky Malby

Carol Read RN/MSc

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The NHS England Primary Care Digital Transformation programme has launched a Digital Nurse Network in February 2019. Find out more through this blog and webinar in March.

Carol Read RN/MSc 

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4 tips to gain influence in your organisation.

Latest insight from the Kellogg Insitute.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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Source4Networks Monthly Highlights for March 2019

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This Source4Networks case study describes the journey of the North West Coast Strategic Clinical Network (NWCSCN): Diabetes

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The NHS Knowledge Mobilisation Framework provides a set of tools and techniques to help people to learn before, during and after everything they do so that good practice can be replicated and pitfalls are avoided.

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A new article from a Kellogg School of management study on the differences between female and male networking.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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New research from the Kings Fund  to understand the key elements of implementing large-scale change involving digital technology in the NHS.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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  Event date: Monday, 11th Mar, 2019
  Start time: 15:00  
  End Date: 11 Mar 2019

In this webinar we’ll introduce you to the NHS England’s Sustainable Improvement team Impact Framework, The webinar will help you to identify the challenges and opportunities inherent in evaluating the impact of your network, explore evaluation principles and practices that can underpin the work of your network.

Resources now available 

  Event date: Monday, 18th Feb, 2019
  Start time: 11:00  
  End Date: 18 Feb 2019

A webinar tailored to answer some the queries commonly raised about the functionality on S4N

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A Kings Fund Report on social prescribing.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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Video interviews with clinicians, patients, We Nurses and Symplur showing ways to analyse social media to transform healthcare.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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Essential reading for all health and social care staff on the impact of Digital Health.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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A simple overview by Leigh Kendal of how to make your social media count.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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Blogs are one way to share the story of your network, Marie Ennis - O'Connor provides expert insight to help you blog well.  

Carol Read RN/MSc

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The #TheatreCapChallenge shows how a social media campaign can build a network around improving patient safety.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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A useful blog deconstructing key skills for network leaders through a case study by Rob Webster,  CEO South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Trust

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A new blog exploring the need to learn lessons from the past when moving to primary care models for the future.

Professor Becky Malby

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Spotlight

The NHS Long Term Plan highlights the changes to expect within primary care in the future.  Here is a quick overview of links to our website content on this subject.

Carol Read RN/MSc

A thought provoking blog from Professor Becky Malby reviewing social prescribing, collaboration and reverting to a medical model.

Carol Read RN/MSc 

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A report from the Kings Fund on the role of volunteers, useful to consider in relation to your networks. 

Carol Read RN/MSc

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A useful link to the online version of the new Long Term Plan for all networks within or who partner with the NHS.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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Helpforce

A blog highlighting the Helpforce innovative approach linked to the NHS Plan on building a social movement at pace.

Carol Read RN/MSc

A Kings Fund blog on volunteering as a social movement.  The role of volunteers has been flagged up within the new NHS Long Term Plan with the expectation that a new wave of at least 25,000 new volunteers will be engaged.  Could volunteers be part of your network for change?

Carol Read RN/MSc 

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Report from the Health Foundation - Ten lessons for getting the clinical community approach to work in practice.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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A radical new programme of online courses for those involved in health and social care from the sustainable improvement team NHS England.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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In this webinar for Kaleidoscope Health & Care, Jocelyn Cornwell from the Point of Care Foundation shares advice on how to run a successful network.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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This festive Monthly Highlight will keep you up-to-date with all the key information and resources on the website, as well as providing you with some key dates for upcoming events 

  Event date: Monday, 28th Jan, 2019
  Start time: 15:00  (Duration: 1h)
  End Date: 28 Jan 2019

A guide to leading effective engagement within your networks.  Led by Tara Humphrey

Resources now available

  Event date: Thursday, 13th Dec, 2018
  Start time: 12:30  
  End Date: 13 Dec 2018

The next focal point webinar will be part of the Virtual Academy of Large Scale Change Series – ‘Creating and Managing a Network’

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Useful short read on capabilities to develop and become an effective leader.

Professor Deborah Ancona (MIT) and Professor Henrik Bresman (INSEAD)

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A short vlog to showcase the first 6 months of the NHS Digital Academy and highlight what the cohort 1 network has been pioneering and co-creating for the NHS.

Carol Read RN/MSc - #Cohort1 NHS Digital Academy

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This free Kings Fund online event will explore the potential impacts of new technology on the NHS estate and provides background discussion to the NHS Digital Academy blog series.

Carol Read RN/MSc

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A thought provoking article which shows helpful approaches for network leaders that highlight why sharing tacit knowledge is essential. By Connie Malamed

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People who find meaning at work are happier, more productive, and more engaged. Four practical interventions can help make the search more likely to succeed. McKinsey Report

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Digital Academy

If we need digital transformation throughout the health and social care system, could a co-created national network be the answer? This blog considers the latest thinking on digital health and why the digital academy network will support the change process. 

Carol Read RN/MSc

A report from the Health foundation on how to support the successful uptake of innovations and improvements in health care. By Tim Horton, John Illingworth, Will Warburton 

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