Our latest infographic looks at how health is influenced by how places, spaces and buildings make us feel, and the opportunities they provide.
In a world where morale is low and resources depleted, how do you reach and engage the whole workforce to believe they can make a difference?
A lack of upward social mobility will perpetuate health inequalities that are not only unjust for individuals, but also affects life chances between different groups in society the rest of society....
Nearly two years ago, the Health Foundation commissioned a team of researchers at the University of York to investigate how and whether competition works in five European health systems – France, P...
As little as 10% of a population’s health and wellbeing is linked to access to health care.
If you were to choose a government department you would run for a day to improve the health of the population, which would it be?
Bernard Baruch, a US philanthropist, said that ‘the ability to express an idea is well nigh as important as the idea itself’.
What does a resident of Calton in Glasgow have in common with the average American? Neither is very healthy.
We are in an era of sharing. Yet it appears that the sharing economy movement has largely failed to permeate the NHS.
The new government’s in tray is unusually full of pressing challenges, but what should it do on health and social care in England in this parliament?