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?
The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) and the Policy Institute at King’s College London are beginning to make some inroads in our work with a London hospital to hardwire behavioural insights into the...
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 party manifesto makes promises on social care, but how far do these go towards fixing the problem?
The pursuit of knowledge and discovery has always been an intrinsic human characteristic, but when new knowledge is curated and put in the right hands it has the power to bring about high value cha...
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?
Mental health problems affect 1 in 4 people each year – yet only £1 out of £8 in commissioner budgets is spent on mental health.