Monthly Archives: January 2011

Towards a million change agents – a review of social movements literature: implications for large scale change in the NHS

Social movements literature points towards six groups of factors which, to varying degrees, answer these three core questions as to why people are ‘moved’ or mobilised into collective action and how such mobilisation is spread and sustained. Who are the activists in the NHS? Does the NHS improvement movement have available ‘mobilising’ structures of sufficient strength to get the movement off the ground? Read more »