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we want to keep you up to date with innovations in the public sector. That's why we've dedicated a whole section for stories and case studies from key suppliers to keep you up-to-date with what's new and exciting across central and local government, the NHS and education.

We're always on the look out for new stories to share, so if you've got a great case study on how you're doing something different to improve, enhance or innovate we'd love to hear from you. Please email your story to editor@publicsectorfocus.com

Focused Articles And Innovation

We have a mental health crisis, and its public services that are picking up the pieces

We have a mental health crisis, and its public services that are picking up the pieces

  Samantha Wathen is the Press and Media Officer for Keep Our NHS Public, a cross-party organisation that campaigns against ...
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Acute care for older people is a good place to understand the crisis and solutions in health and social care – Dr. David Oliver

Acute care for older people is a good place to understand the crisis and solutions in health and social care – Dr. David Oliver

David Oliver has been an NHS doctor for 30 years specializing in geriatrics and internal medicine. He is a former ...
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Children are not getting the help they need with their mental health – The Children’s Society

Children are not getting the help they need with their mental health – The Children’s Society

Latest NHS figures show that one in eight children aged 5-19 in England have a mental health difficulty.  But The ...
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‘Our Network’…an end to fragmented, unreliable, expensive and confusing public transport? –
Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester

Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, here sets out his 10-year plan for 'Our Network', his vision for a London-style, ...
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The local housing allowance freeze is fuelling homelessness. The government must commit to change – London Councils

The local housing allowance freeze is fuelling homelessness. The government must commit to change – London Councils

Councillor Muhammed Butt, Executive Member for Welfare, Empowerment & Inclusion at London Councils, the umbrella group for local government in ...
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Transforming our courts and tribunals

Transforming our courts and tribunals

Ee-Ling Then is an Audit Manager at the National Audit Office (NAO), in the Home Affairs and Justice team. Here ...
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Dedicated staff are not enough: barriers to learning for pupils with special needs persist 5 years after introducing SEND reform

Dedicated staff are not enough: barriers to learning for pupils with special needs persist 5 years after introducing SEND reform

Dr Anna Tsakalaki is a Lecturer in Education and Director of the PG Cert SENCo course at the University of ...
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The education system is letting children with special educational needs down – Education Policy Institute

The education system is letting children with special educational needs down – Education Policy Institute

Jo Hutchinson is Director of Social Mobility and Vulnerable Learners at the Education Policy Institute. Here she explains that while ...
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Digital healthcare – myth or reality?

Digital healthcare – myth or reality?

Dr Vijay Magon, Managing Director of CCube Solutions explains how NHS trusts are using cost-effective solutions based on established Electronic ...
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Local authorities need more than just more funds, they need a whole new funding settlement – TUC

Local authorities need more than just more funds, they need a whole new funding settlement – TUC

Local authorities have seen savage cuts, but they don’t just need more money, they need a whole new way of ...
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