Health & Healthcare
Everyone should be entitled to free healthcare, minimal income inequality and a society that addresses the true causes of ill health.
UBI and Health
Existing health research demonstrates why basic income will have very positive health impacts and why welfare conditionality is harmful.
Sustainability Strategies for Local Area Coordination Programmes
Advice for Local Government on how to extend and strengthen the application of the Local Area Coordination (LAC) model in practice.
Mental Health and Continuity of Care
David Zigmond asks the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care whether mental health can be advanced by procedures instead of relationships.
Making Healthcare Human
John Burton interviews David Zigmond and together they explore the growing inhumanity of modern approaches to healthcare.
Health Needs Equality
Mike Grady makes the health case for radical cross-government reforms to end poverty, reduce inequality and building a fairer society.
Basic Income is Good for Your Health
Anna-Carin Fagerlind Ståhl explains why long-standing evidence of work and health argues for the benefits of basic income.
What Matters to Me
Bestser is a Finnish startup company which develops innovative solutions to help people control their health and social care services.
The Iatrogenic Tranquilliser Scandal
Barry Haslam has been campaigning for many years to raise awareness of the significant negative impact of the over-prescription of tranquillisers.
Setting Stupid Targets for the NHS
John Carlisle explains why setting targets for the NHS is both wasteful and diverts attention from the real business of improving quality.
US Corporate Influence on UK Welfare Reforms
Mo Stewart has been researching the damage caused by welfare reform and the malign influence of US private insurance companies.
Shared Decisions in a Democratic NHS
Shaun McBride argues that we must enable citizens to share in key decisions about the NHS as we begin to unravel decades of wasted NHS reforms.
Mental Health and Tentacled Snowballs
An anonymous article describing how medical and bureaucratic approaches to mental health undermine flexible and person-centred solutions - and make you a little crazy.