The Welsh government has protected its NHS budget in recent years, despite a reduction in overall funding for devolved services, but people are increasingly struggling to get access.
Dr Rebecca Fisher, a GP and Policy Fellow at the Health Foundation, considers what the data can’t tell us about winter pressures on the NHS.
To improve care for people with long-term conditions, our sectors must come together more often, listen better and learn from one another, write Jo Bibby and Kieron Boyle.
Campbell Robb, Chief Executive of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, writes about the link between poverty and health in our latest Healthy Lives blog series.
Susannah Pye, a paediatrician and Clinical Fellow at the Health Foundation, writes about the impact of winter pressures on health care for children.
X Factor: what history, hip hop and human interaction can teach us about evidence in public health policymaking
Sridhar Venkatapuram reflects on our unique ‘X Factor’ style event, which aimed to expand and diversify the evidence base for public health interventions and policymaking.
Our Director of Improvement Will Warburton looks at our plans for 2018.
Our latest infographic looks at how poverty affects health.
Over the past 5 years of my life, I have been a renter. My experience of living in rented accommodation has not often been great. Mould, damp, cramped conditions and absentee landlords aren’t unusu...
How can we ensure the successful uptake of innovations in health care to relieve the NHS’s financial and operational pressures? Will Warburton and David Albury write about the latest research repor...