If you haven't already, you should take a look at our Digital Health site.
It's not new, or a new idea, but it has been getting a bit of extra love recently.
Alice, our head of channel strategy, has posted a few things there in the last couple of weeks, and Rob posted something the other day about our preparations for GOV.UK.
If you take a look today, you'll see posts covering:
- Out with the old and in with the new – how we’re preparing for GOV.UK
- Infographics – what we’ve learnt so far
- A basic guide to filming, editing and sharing videos
- What a difference a year makes – reviewing the use of mobile devices
As it says on the homepage, the site is "for staff and our partners, and anyone else who’s interested".
It'll continue to contain a mixture of highfalutin stuff about the channel strategy for the health and care system, examples of our policy engagement work, and more prosaic guides to getting digital stuff done in a government department. We intend to share more, and from different voices.
If nothing else, the act of sharing guidance and writing up case studies is a useful exercise for our team. I hope you find it useful. If you do you can subscribe, or get email alerts on the site.