This project is a quantitative analysis of available data to map the social determinants of health in today’s young people and assess their influence on future health trajectories.
This research aims to develop an understanding of what is needed to replicate and scale successful examples of improvement.
Three projects chosen for research into system efficiency and sustainability in health and social care
Three new research projects have been awarded grants by the Health Foundation, as part of its £1.5 million Efficiency Research Programme.
WORKTECC: Workforce Operations that Realise Knowledge-based Transformational Efficiency gains in Community Care
This round two Efficiency Research project will explore whether workforce operations used by other industries can improve the efficiency of home-based NHS care, and if so, how.
This round two Efficiency Research project led by the University of York will look at the efficiency, cost and quality of current mental health care provision, and how changes can be made to drive ...
An engagement exercise with young people to understand their perceptions and experiences of the foundations of a healthy life
The Health Foundation has commissioned a project to further the development and building of a new system for the generation and use of public health evidence. This will build on recent work by D...