The high profile of the NHS in the media recently demonstrates that the health care system remains foremost in the minds of all political parties when considering how to present their policies.
A group of residents from one of the UK's poorest areas has shown how engaging communities in their own development can achieve significant improvements in residents’ lives and wellbeing.
As a new system of public health in Scotland brings the public’s health to the fore, how can we highlight the impact on our health of our spaces and places, while giving communities the power to sh...
What action could we take, in partnership with others, to improve the factors that shape our health known as the social and economic determinants?
To move away from paternalistic relationships between communities and providers to ones where shared decision making and co-production is possible, we need to build spaces that enable and embody th...
By better understanding the value of health, and finding effective ways to invest in health across a person’s life, it may be possible to improve people’s economic and social outcomes.
How much should we spend on the NHS? Many feel that we should be spending more. And not without reason, perhaps.
The Health Foundation’s new communications toolkit helps researchers to increase the influence of their findings in health and health care.
Reduced funding, rising pressures, fewer people receiving care and greater unmet need for people with the lowest incomes – there is no doubt that the adult social care system in England is at brea...
It seems hard to grasp that the general election was only two months ago: the political world seems to spin much faster than conventional time.