Disrupting Cultures for Health and Social Care Innovation

Published: January 2018 Publication Type: Publication

Author: Dr Charlotte Heales

Despite the institutionalised nature of the health and social care sector, which may be a challenge to innovation, social innovation is seen to be growing. This impact can be further increased through relationships and partnerships which challenge the conventional cultures and values of the sector.

One of the 62 articles featured in the Atlas of Social Innovation, complied by 25 international partners as part of the EU-funded SI-DRIVE project, delivered by The Young Foundation’s research team.

Atlas of Social Innovation - New Practices for a Better Future

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