Chrysalis Think Tank

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The Chrysalis Think Tank brings together experts in health and social care to discuss key themes around closing the Health and Wellbeing gaps and the practicalities involved. 

Our latest discussion focused on the ingredients for effective collaboration and identified some of the current system barriers. We covered a number of themes identifying areas for planning and learning to ensure that collaboration is the right approach and, where it is, to get successful collaborations off the ground.

Join our Linkedin Group Chrysalis Think Tank to discuss and debate key themes in the evolving health and care landscape.

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