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The PARCS Grows Everybody Podcast

Listen to the PARCS Grows Everybody podcast via Spotify.


The PARCS Grows Everybody Documentary Film

Watch the PARCS Grows Everybody documentary film here.

Teams that ‘soh’ together grow together

The turbulence of the past few years has affected health services in many different ways.

The Tavistock Touch: what is our role now in repairing the world?

Lucian J. Hudson explores what it means to touch during a time of social distancing.

Lunchtime Talks
The Tavistock Touch: continued

As a result of interest in Lucian Hudson’s Lunchtime Talk on Touch, the Tavistock Community has created an opportunity to explore the phenomenon of touch further.

Talks & presentations
Connecting and Communicating in the midst of a Pandemic

Reflections on living in the time of Coronavirus.

Lunchtime Talks
Everyday life, policy and research: older people and social exclusion

Dr Philip Corran explores the challenges of balancing everyday life and policy when it comes to ageing, disability and social exclusion.

Lunchtime Talks
Complexity and Evaluation — latest developments

Dr Dione Hills asks — how can a better understanding of complexity have an impact on the way we think?

Lunchtime Talks
Digital Surgery — approaches and challenges of working virtually
Talks & presentations
The impact of digital work on workers and society

A key European publication on working post pandemic.  Findings include implications for managers and the Autonomy Paradox.

Stitching up the Patchwork
A Group Relations response to Covid-19
Promoting wellbeing for social change makers
Through an international partnership, we are helping to promote social change-makers’ wellbeing.
Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT)
Tackling Suicide on the Railways
Over the last two years the Tavistock Institute has been involved in two projects addressing the issue of suicide on UK railways.
How Effective is Mental Well-being Impact Assessment?
TIHR carry out a first level review of evidence in order to assess effectiveness and identify gaps.
Consultancy

Our consultants are there both to hold the space open for profound discussions and ensure that actions are taken, and accountability lines identified.

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