NICHE Newsletter Issue 4

Since NICHE came into being at the start of January 2023, our first year has been one of immense activity, leaning and development focused on improving outcomes through addressing what matters to people and their communities across rural and coastal Norfolk.


Evaluating the impacts of delivering training, through the 'Triple Bottom Line' lens
A blog by Jonty Yazbek, Head of Quality Improvement, James Paget University Hospital

PODCAST: Coastal and Rural Health Equalities and Healthy Ageing

In this episode Ben and Johanna speak to Sally Hardy and Jonathan Webster from the School of Health Sciences and Anne-Marie Minihane from Norwich Medical School. They’re discussing NICHE: Norfolk Initiative for Coastal and Rural Health Equalities as well as NIHA: Norwich Institute of Healthy...

NICHE Kintsugi and Mini Kintsugi Projects

Using the metaphor of ‘Kintsugi’, NICHE are funding both Kintsugi and Mini Kintsugi

NICHE Newsletter Issue 3

This newsletter offers an update and some highlights of work focusing on our Workstream 3: Workforce Optimisation

NICHE Newsletter Issue 2

It has been a busy few months for NICHE! The first workshop of our NICHE Fellowship Programme was held in June. Late June also saw the
five-day Residential Programme with our NSFT partners. We also ventured abroad, delivering a five-day Mental Health Module Nursing Programme in Sri Lanka and...


Norfolk & Waveney Teaching & Learning Care Home Programme
Dr Jonathan Webster, Professor of Practice Development, NICHE, University of East Anglia
Sandra Hudson, RN/ Deputy Home Manager, Oakwood House, Norwich


MIND THE GAP: Workforce Planning for Integrated Care Systems
A blog by Sally Hardy, Professor of Mental Health and Practice Innovation, Director of NICHE Anchor Institute, at UEA


Achieving System and Workforce Transformation Through Co Production
A blog by Kim Manley CBE, Emeritus Professor of Practice Development, UEA & Emeritus Professor Canterbury Christ Church University

NICHE Newsletter Issue 1

@UEA_NICHE is an Anchor Institute within the Norfolk and Waveney Integrated
Care System (ICS). Our aim is to support opportunities for health and social care
provider collaboration, to achieve health and wellbeing for those who live and work
in our region. More in our newsletter...