Resources

This page contains links to our reports and presentations. Please click on the links below.

The Best Configuration of Hospital Services for Wales: A Review of the Evidence April 2012, Professor Marcus Longley

Evaluation of the Welsh NHS’ Quality Improvement Programme. Executive Summary,
Final Report, Report Appendices

Palliative Care for Children and Young People in Wales: Meeting Future Needs

Gogal Lliniarol Ar Gyfer Plant a Phobl Ifanc Cymru: yn Cwrdd â Darpar Anghenion

Astudiaeth Gofal Iechyd Canolbarth Cymru

Mid Wales Healthare Study Report

New Medicines for Serious Conditions:Weighing the Risks and Benefits. The Verdict of a Jury of Patients. Full report and Executive Summary

New Medicines & the NHS in Wales

Integrated Care: A service provider’s perspective

Integrated care in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales: Lessons for England

Honorary Doctorate Oration for Sir Paul Williams OBE

Four UK Health Systems A publication by the King’s Fund written by Nicholas Timmins with contributions from Professor Marcus Longley and others.

Reflections on the NHS

Amount and proportion of unpaid care: Wales 2001 and 2011 UK Census – WIHSC data briefing.

Evidence provided by Professor David Hands to the public inquiry into the operation of the commissioning, supervisory and regulatory bodies in relation to their monitoring role at Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust

Moving towards world class? A review of Community Health Councils in Wales

Home Care in Wales · Views and Experiences of Older People. A report of findings for Older People’s Commissioner for Wales.

Social Services (Wales) Bill Consultation Document

Partnership in Healthcare: Developing a Model of Co-production

Welsh Occupational Therapy conference on 28 September 2011.

Tony Beddow’s inaugural lecture: The Miner’s Canary, Let it Fly.

Summer School 2010 Evaluation

The NHS and Competition – Appendix 1

Back to Bevan Event, 24th January 2011

Archbishop Lecture, 1st July 2010

Care at Home Final Report, May 2010
Care at Home Summary Report – May 2010
Care at Home Presentation
Care at Home Final Report, Welsh Version

In Safe Hands Review

Ben Page’s public lecture delivered on 22nd April 2010, Exceeding public expectations – Public Services in Big Society

Professor David Hand’s inaugural lecture, delivered on 9th March 2010, Inspiration, Ideology, Evidence and the National Health Service

WIHSC was commissioned by NLIAH and the Welsh Assembly Government to identify patients’ priorities for improving the ‘patient experience’ in Wales. The reports are available below.
Patients’ Priorities for the NHS in Wales
Common Themes from the Literature
A review of patient feeback processes in the NHS in Wales
How the priorities are influencing the revision of healthcare standards for Wales

An Integrated Care Network for Wales: Report of a Scoping Study