There’s no ‘I’ in team…

The Olympics and Paralympics are over for another four years and we’ve all been thinking about the sacrifices made by the competitors and the whole notion of “Team GB”. Nobody could argue that our Olympians are generally fantastic role models and ambassadors. They work hard and all appear to be clean living (TUEs aside), focused people ...

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Learning, learning and more learning

Last month we welcomed Amber Wardle to the Public-i team. Amber works alongside Alan and Roya in the accounts team, and this is her first job out of college. She's written this blog post to tell us about her first month here, and her instructions to the reader are: "Drink every time I say the ...

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7 ways live streaming can help CCGs meet their statutory requirements

“What we save will impact on people. Let’s not deceive ourselves about this. The key is how we do it, how we have an honest debate with the public about the resources we have available and what this means.” Harold Bodmer The words of the late president of ADASS seem pertinent following statistics showing 23% of Clinical ...

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“Like a Harry Kane free-kick it hit me… Webcast it!”

In a somewhat tongue-in-cheek post, Project Manager and football fanatic Adam Ward talks about his vision for a transparent selection process for the next England manager. Last Monday night, draped in my England shirt I let out a long sigh as the final whistle blew in Nice. Watching yet another international football tournament pass me by with ...

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Being digital and informing the electorate

Following the EU Referendum, the question we must be asking ourselves is how do we ensure there is enough factual information for our electorate? 30 million people voted and voiced their opinion on the 23rd June. This equates to 72.4% of the population - the highest voter turnout since the 1992 general election. So what’s the problem? ...

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