DDN May 2018

‘It’s a mismatch between prison and complex needs’ We need a new dialogue and thinking, says police and crime commissioner David Jamieson, talking about his recommendations...

DDN February 2018

  'Service users must stay at the heart of commissioning' Disinvestment and the fragmentation of services continue to dominate dialogue and debate. Yet according to Collective...

DDN April 2018

‘With yet more evidence, can we justify standing still?’ How far do you have to go to show that something’s a good idea, it’s cost...

DDN September 2018

‘The call for support on gambling has to be heard’ You’re in the casino chasing the big win. Everything you ever wanted could be yours....

DDN March 2018

'Where there's a will, things can happen' How do we get connected? With healthcare, with peers, colleagues, commissioners, policymakers, politicians? It’s a question that goes...

‘We’re in danger of undervaluing vital healthcare’

Personal stories are the essence of DDN. They speak volumes about good (and bad) practice and they also serve to inspire; and that’s vitally...

DDN July/August 2018

‘Partnerships have brought a culture change’ Tackling stigma is always a challenge, so we were interested to hear of Double Impact’s strategy to connect with...