Adam Tinson Senior Analyst

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Adam Tinson joined the Health Foundation in December 2018 as a Senior Analyst in the Healthy Lives Team.

Previously, Adam worked for the New Policy Institute, a think tank producing analysis on poverty and disadvantage. His most recent role was Head of Research, leading the organisation’s research projects and devising new research proposals.

Adam has also consulted at the Greater London Authority on measures of social integration and worked for Centre for Cities and Citizens Advice Northern Ireland. His degree is in economics and politics from the University of Sheffield.

Publications

Adam’s publications are available at his Google Scholar profile.

Latest articles

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Healthy life expectancy target: the scale of the challenge

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Analysis exploring the scale of the target to increase healthy life expectancy by 5 years by 2035.

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Debt and health

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Government action in 2020/21 eased financial pressures for many. But with those on low incomes and...

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What will the end of the Universal Credit uplift mean for areas of poor health?

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The end of the £20 increase to Universal Credit and Working Tax Credit in October 2021 has the...

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What geographic inequalities in COVID-19 mortality rates and health can tell us about levelling up

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What do geographic disparities in COVID-19 mortality rates for people younger than 65 mean for the...

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Unequal pandemic, fairer recovery

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A comprehensive review of the factors that affected the UK’s devastating COVID-19 death toll.

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Better housing is crucial for our health and the COVID-19 recovery

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Housing problems such as overcrowding, poor quality and unaffordable homes are a threat to health....

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Deprivation and excess deaths

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Our new analysis shows the size of the challenge for the government and broader public sector in...

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Living in poverty was bad for your health long before COVID-19

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COVID-19 has thrown inequalities in health and society into sharper focus. Adam Tinson explores the...

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What can former ‘red wall’ areas tell us about the link between food environments and obesity?

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There are multiple causes of obesity, but people’s exposure to them are not the same across the...

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Overcrowding is highest for those with low incomes

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People in lower income households are more likely to be in overcrowded accommodation than those in...

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COVID-19: Five dimensions of impact

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Over the next few weeks the Health Foundation will be publishing a series of charts, attempting to...

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What the quality of work means for our health

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Read about how the quantity and quality of employment has changed over the last 10 years, and the...

Analysis

Creating healthy lives

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This publication makes the case for an ambitious, whole-government approach to long-term investment...

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From low quality homes to insecure tenancies: how housing harms health is changing

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Adam Tinson uses the latest data to explore changes in how housing affects health.

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