Can Endobiogeny as a systemic and integrative approach to medicine inform organisational change?

Could it help us understand how social organisms evolve, thrive or die?

Interview with Dr.Kamyar Hedayat  

Why social systems have not functioned like individual... read more

Communities Creating Health

People want to lead satisfying lives, and that includes feeling well. Health as defined by medicine is only part of feeling well, and yet the overwhelming majority of our society’s health investments go to the... read more

This article has been re-published from Enlivening Edge

by Henk Hadders for Enlivening Edge

The Social Contract between Market, State and... read more

Republished from the P2P foundation.

In this first part of an article by Fran Quigleywe excerpt the history of medicines as a public good:

“Between the 15th and... read more

Margaret Wheatley & Deborah Frieze,  2006

Despite current ads and slogans, the world doesn’t change one... read more

A new community impulse is awakening globally; a growing movement whose core is holism. Its many facets are already informing a larger perspective on health and social care. Chief among them are a concern with the whole person – body, mind and spirit,co-production of health,compassion in... read more

ALISS (A Local Information System for Scotland) is a search and collaboration tool for Health and Wellbeing resources in Scotland. It helps signpost people to useful community support, and with an ALISS account you can contribute the many and varied resources... read more

Treating Health Care as a Commons

Two physicians explain how the commons could be used to improve medical care. Drs. Christine K. Cassel of the American Board of Internal Medicine and Troyen E. Brennan, a medical... read more

Compassionate Care - the Theory and the Reality


Dr. Alys Cole-King;  Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist

Prof. Paul Gilbert, Consultant Clinical Psychologist,... read more