Resources: Securing Our Future Health, Engagement Comes First!

Jim Simpson

Jim Simpson

Jim is a consultant, researcher, coach and developer.

One of the most thorough research journeys taken into our future health and social care needs identified public engagement as one of the most dependent factors.  This little 2 pager introduces Wanless’s three contrasting scenarios for “Securing Our Future Health” and gives some contextual examples of where we are now.

Securing our Future Health…Engagement Comes First

“The core difference between the health outcomes in the fully engaged and solid progress scenarios is not the way in which the service responds over the next 20 years but the way in which the public and patients do” (p 115 of Securing our Future Health, Department of Health/Derek Wanless)

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