Helen Bevan on Social Movements: Theory and Practice


70 pages; 8.5 x 11”

Intended audience:
Health workers and professionals interested in improving care

Original use:
From a workshop by Helen Bevan of the British National Health Service Institute for Innovation and Improvement. The workshop showed participants how to:

  • Understand the evidence and case for a new, additional, change paradigm for thinking about health and service improvement
  • Apply five key principles for achieving radical change in order to:
    • generate change and improvement by connecting with hearts and minds
    • unleash energy to mobilise large-scale change in a health care setting
    • build a sense of shared commitment to sustain improvement


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