Each party manifesto makes promises on social care, but how far do these go towards fixing the problem?
The NHS might be 'the closest thing the English have to a religion'. To an extent this is true - but people’s views are much more mixed across the topics we polled them on.
Each of the election manifestos paints a vision of a better society, but through the lens of the factors that are the root causes of ill health, they make less sense.
Reflections of a hospital doctor on the challenges of maintaining high quality care in the current climate
Are the pressures on NHS and social care staff having a detrimental effect on the quality of care patients receive?
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The NHS in England is facing a major shortage of nurses. The latest data shows a shortfall of approximately 30,000 nurses based on estimates of the number needed by the NHS.
Labour’s pledge today to invest over £30bn in the English NHS would result in an immediate £7.4bn upfront cash boost for the health service, which would include an extra £2bn a year for capital inv...
Conservative manifesto pledge will deliver extra money for NHS but leave £12bn funding gap by 2020/21
Our response to the Conservative pledge to increase funding for the NHS in England in their 2017 manifesto.
According to a new poll by the Health Foundation, nearly two thirds (64%) of adults in Britain think that taxes should be increased as a way of funding the NHS.
This is first of three Health Foundation briefings ahead of the 2017 General Election.