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Wales vs. England Over 75s Football Match: Exemplifying Healthy Ageing

| 2024, Blog | No Comments
This July, we were delighted to present the prestigious Aneurin Bevan shield to the winning…

Let’s Not Waste Compendium Case Study

| 2024, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
As part of the Let’s Not Waste programme, the Bevan Commission has brought together a…

Flash Report: Don Berwick’s Waste Reduction Masterclass

| 2024, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
On 8th we convened with health and care leaders for a waste reduction masterclass with…

The Values and Value of the Third Sector

| 2024, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
The Bevan Commission, Wales Council for Voluntary Action, Richard Newton Consulting May 2022 This report…

The Foundations for The Future Model of Health and Care in Wales

| 2024, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
The Foundations for the Future Model of Health and Care in Wales is a timely blueprint…

A Conversation with the Public: Report

| 2024, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
The Bevan Commission 2023 This report presents the findings of Phase One of our Conversation…

An ‘IKEA’ Healthcare System

| 2023, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Bevan Future Thinkers: Kendra-Jean Nwamadi, Celyn Jones-Hughs, Gruffydd Pari, Robert Jones, Chiamaka Dibigbo December 2023…

Planned Care Innovation Programme Report

| 2023, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
The Bevan Commission 2023 Executive Summary Responding to the urgent challenges presented by the Covid-19…

What a Waste!

| 2023, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: The Bevan Commission Published: May 30, 2023 Executive Summary Dealing with the issue of…

Unleashing data to make a difference to people’s health and care

| 2023, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: Bevan Commission & Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) Published: January 05, 2023 The COVID-19 pandemic…

Patient and Public Engagement in Health and Care across Wales

| 2023, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: The Bevan Commission Published: February 08, 2023 Engaging people in their own health and…

Valuing Governance: When Sovereign meets System Governance

| 2022, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: Steve Combe, Independent Governance Consultant, Jan Williams, Chair of Public Health Wales Published: August…

Stepping up to the challenges of the pandemic: Bevan Exemplar Cohort 5 Evaluation

| 2022, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: Professor Nick Rich, Swansea University Published: February 10, 2022 The term ‘unprecedented’ has been…

Bevan Exemplar Cohort 6: Evaluation

| 2022, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: Professor Nick Rich, Swansea University Published: February 10, 2022 Cohort Six of the Bevan…

Witness Statement: In Place Of Fear

| 2022, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: The Bevan Commission Published: August 31, 2022 Our Witness Statement ‘In Place Of Fear’ responds…

Establishing a Long COVID Registry for Wales

| 2022, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: The Bevan Commission Published: March 17, 2022 The Bevan Commission, in its capacity as…

Guide to Success: National Technology Enabled Self-Management – a Prudent Model

| 2022, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: The Bevan Commission Published: August 31, 2022 Most people practice self-management as part of…

Guide to Success: Protective Elective Surgery Units (PESUs) in action

| 2022, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: The Bevan Commission Published: August 31, 2022 This resource aims to set out some…

National Adopt and Spread Programme Report

| 2022, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: The Bevan Commission Published: October 03, 2022 The Bevan Commission developed and led the…

People, Place, Health

| 2022, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: The Bevan Commission, ARUP Published: September 30, 2022 While the basic principles on which…

The values and value of volunteering – our hidden asset

| 2022, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: WCVA, Bevan Commission Published: October 14, 2022 This paper has been produced in partnership…

Caring for someone dying at home

| 2022, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: Baroness Ilora Finlay, Bevan Commissioner, Lesley Bethell, Bevan Advocate Published: December 21, 2022 This…

COVID-19: Caring for a dying relative at home

| 2021, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Authors: Baroness Ilora Finlay, Bevan Commissioner, Lesley Bethell, Bevan Advocate Published: April 06, 2021 This guidance…

Doing Things Differently: Supporting Service Development in the Community

| 2021, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: The Bevan Commission Published: June 14, 2021 In this paper the Commission outlines a…

Doing Things Differently: Tackling the Backlog in the Aftermath of Covid-19

| 2021, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: The Bevan Commission Published: June 14, 2021 This paper looks in detail at the…

Framework for volunteering in health and social care

| 2021, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Authors: WCVA Cyrmru, Bevan Commission Published: October 01, 2021 Volunteering delivers social value and plays…

CAAI Methodology: Inputs and outcomes frameworks

| 2021, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: Professor Nick Rich, Dr Rupa Chilvers Published: October 15, 2021 CAAI is a methodology…

CAAI Methodology: Supportive spaces

| 2021, Bevan Commission Publications | No Comments
Author: Dr Rupa Chilvers, Sion Charles, Joanna Brown, Professor Nick Rich, Helen Howson Published: 15…
August 2, 2023

Valuing governance: Resetting the dial

August 2, 2023

Patient-Powered Safety: Reducing harm through co-production with patients

August 2, 2023

Why patient voices are essential in helping shape our journey through Coronavirus, and beyond

August 2, 2023

Engaging with the public: a conversation on sustaining a prudent approach to health and care

August 2, 2023

Isolation in the midst of the coronavirus crisis: a view from the Valleys

August 2, 2023

Our scary spring: What we must learn from the 2020 viral outbreak

August 2, 2023

Health Inequalities in Wales: Covid-19 and beyond

August 2, 2023

Covid-19: Re-balancing our priorities and values

August 2, 2023

Putting our mental health at the heart of the recovery from Covid-19

August 2, 2023

The Bevan Commission: An essential resource for Covid-19 and beyond

August 2, 2023

The ethical dilemmas of Covid-19

August 2, 2023

Covid-19 Summary Paper

August 2, 2023

A Valleys View

August 2, 2023

What has Covid 19 taught us in General Practice and where do we go next?

August 2, 2023

Covid-19: What now?

August 2, 2023

A moment of reflection during the Covid-19 pandemic

August 2, 2023

A Prudent Approach to Primary Care: Covid-19 Supplement

August 2, 2023

Prudent Healthcare, medicines, and Covid-19 in Wales

August 2, 2023

Valuing Governance: Building a Mature Governance Model (Developing ‘Grown-up’ governance)

August 2, 2023

A Healthy Recovery for Wales: A Wake up call for Planetary Health

August 2, 2023

Delivering a Prudent Approach to Primary Care in Wales

August 2, 2023

Covid-19 Intelligence Series: Views from the frontline

August 2, 2023

Why the new normal must be anything but normal

August 2, 2023

Make or Break: Adoption and Spread

August 2, 2023

Listening to People: Preparing Wales for future Covid-19 outbreaks

August 2, 2023

Transformation from within: Bevan Exemplar Programme Cohort 4 Evaluation

August 2, 2023

Care homes facing the Next Covid-19 Wave: Learning from the past to inform actions

August 2, 2023

Bevan Exemplar Cohort 3 Evaluation Summary

August 2, 2023

Allies not adversaries: How the NHS can better engage with advocates

August 2, 2023

Patient-centred care: all in this together

August 2, 2023

Exceptional patient-centred care demonstrates exceptional leadership

August 2, 2023

A New Way of Doing: Exploiting the Welsh Health Legacy Paper 3

August 2, 2023

A New Way of Planning: Exploiting the Welsh Health Legacy Paper 2

August 2, 2023

Patient-driven solutions to common problems: Education Programmes for Patients (EPP)

August 2, 2023

A Workforce Fit for Future Health and Care

August 2, 2023

Do we have a Prudent Approach to End-of-Life Care?

August 2, 2023

A New Way of Thinking: Exploiting the Welsh Health Legacy Paper 1

August 2, 2023

Achieving Profound and Sustainable Improvement in Quality in NHS Wales

August 2, 2023

Evaluation of the Bevan Innovators Exemplar Programme Cohort 1 2017

August 2, 2023

Early Intervention and Prudent Healthcare

August 2, 2023

Redrawing the relationship between citizen and state

August 2, 2023

Improving Health and Healthcare: Barriers and Enablers of change

August 2, 2023

Bevan Commission response to Welsh Government Green paper: Our Health, Our Health Service

August 2, 2023

A prudent approach to health: Prudent health principles

August 2, 2023

Social movement for change: A prudent approach for Wales

August 2, 2023

Delivering Prudent Health: Creating a Social Movement for Innovation

August 2, 2023

A Workforce fit for Prudent Healthcare

August 2, 2023

A note on the first public meeting hosted by the Bevan Commission

August 2, 2023

Prudent healthcare: The provisional principle

August 2, 2023

Increasing the pace in integrated care

August 2, 2023

Data and Information in NHS Wales

August 2, 2023

The Bhowmick Innovation Model

August 2, 2023

Simply prudent healthcare: Achieving better care and value for money in Wales

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August 2, 2023

NHS Wales: Forging a better future

August 2, 2023

1000+ Lives: Are Bevan principles still applicable in the NHS?

August 2, 2023

Accelerating best practice: Minimising waste, harm and variation