Stu and I would like to say a big thank you to all of our guests who have featured in the podcasts to date and just in case you have missed any here is a round up.
This show features Part One of our interview with the innovative FutureGov’s Dominic Campbell
The interview was a full hour and was so good we decided not to edit it down, but give it to you in two parts!
This show features an interview with the lovely Paul Taylor, Innovation Coach at Bromford Group.
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Paul Burstow was our special Xmas guest on the Disruptive Social Care podcast. Paul is the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Sutton, Cheam and Worcester Park. Paul was appointed as Minister of State for Health (Care Services) in May 2010 and lost this position in the Cabinet reshuffle of September 2012. Paul is the Chair of the Committee on the Draft Care and Support Bill.
Richard Humphries is a Senior Fellow at the King’s Fund. He leads on social care and work across the NHS and local government. He is a recognised national commentator and writer on social care reform, the funding of long-term care and the integration of health and social care. @richardatkf
Antony Ribot is at the forefront of user-experience design, and founded the highly regarded “ideas lab” Ribot with his brother Jerome. Ribot created Threedom – the world’s simplest smartphone. Threedom is the first simple interface built to allow anyone to easily use a touchscreen mobile. @RibotMaximus
Mark Brown has been described as one of the smartest thinkers in the worlds of social media and mental health. Mark edits One in Four, England’s only national mental health and wellbeing magazine written by people who experience mental health difficulties. Mark is a director of Social Spider a community interest company helping people to make change happen. Twitter @markoneinfour
Paul Hodgkin is the Chief Executive of Patient Opinion which was founded in 2005 and has grown to be the UK’s leading independent non-profit feedback platform for health services. Paul says his “eureka moment” about Patient Opinion came in 2004 while logged on to the buying and selling website eBay. @paulhodgkin
Andrea Sutcliffe is the Chief Executive of the Social Care Institute for Excellence and is passionate about making a difference. She has been at the interface of health and social care for much of her career. SCIE promotes high-quality social care for children and adults. It has pioneered digital training for anyone working in the social care field. @Crouchendtiger7
Martyn Sibley is a blogger, social entrepreneur, founder of the lifestyle magazine Disability Horizons and he creates Webinars, eCourses and eConferences. He works as a consultant on social media, new media and marketing. Martyn is disabled, and living with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) which means that he can’t walk or lift anything heavier than a book. @martynsibley
Murtz Abidi is the founder of the Casserole Club a food sharing network, bringing local communities together around home-cooked food. Currently being piloted in Surry there are plans to extend the service across the country. There are a lot of people cooking food who would be happy to cook a bit extra to share with isolated neighbours who would appreciate a home cooked meal. The goal of Casserole is to connect the two using online and offline connections. This is a great way for local communities to tackle social isolation. @Casserole_Club
Helen Keegan is a specialist consultant in mobile marketing, advertising and media who develops mobile strategies and creates products and services. She produces the Heroes of the Mobile Screen conference and runs the mobile networking event Swedish Beers in London and Barcelona. @technokitten
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