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Justine Karpusheff

Justine joined the Health Foundation in 2022 as Assistant Director.

Major study outlines wide health inequalities in England

Press release
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15 August 2022

Analysis from the Health Foundation's REAL Centre outlines wide health inequalities in England.

Quantifying health inequalities in England

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15 August 2022

Quantifying health inequalities is vital to better focus policies designed to address them. This analysis uses a novel approach to explore the extent of diagnosed health inequalities across different ...

Today’s NHS data should be a wake-up call to the next prime minister

Press release
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11 August 2022

Health Foundation response to the monthly NHS performance statistics.

Boris Johnson didn’t ‘fix social care’ - the next PM must

Press release
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4 August 2022

Response from the Health Foundation on the Levelling-Up, Housing and Communities Committee report into adult social care.

Health Foundation appoints new Director of Communications

News
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2 August 2022

Patrick South has been appointed as Director of Communications at the Health Foundation. 

Waiting for NHS hospital care: the role of the independent sector

Data analysis
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New analysis explores the role of independent sector health care providers in delivering NHS-funded elective care in England between April 2018 and March 2022.

A tale of two hospitals: the pandemic and its aftermath in Berlin and London – with Professor Heyo Kroemer and Professor Tim Orchard

Podcast
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28 July 2022

Episode 22. Professor Heyo Kroemer of the Charité in Berlin and Professor Tim Orchard of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in London compare Germany and the U.K's health care systems in the wake o...

Let's talk differently about health: why framing matters

Newsletter feature
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27 July 2022

 Maria Castellina, Director of Impact at FrameWorks UK, explains why framing an issue differently can be so powerful.  

We can't wait for government to act on health inequalities

Newsletter blog
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27 July 2022

Political instability has yet again got in the way of public health policy. What is certain is the opportunity to act locally, says Jo Bibby