In her latest blog, Sophie Hawkesworth from Wellcome discusses the advantages of adopting a complex systems approach to public health research.
Experiences between the ages of 12 and 24 play a crucial role in determining young people’s health and wellbeing in the long term. In her latest blog, Jo Bibby explores the latest results of the yo...
Over 10% of all over 65s are still in paid employment. In his latest blog, Christopher Brooks from Age UK discusses the importance of good work for an ageing workforce.
Work plays a huge part in our health and wellbeing. This is especially true for the 3 million workers in the UK who care for loved ones with disabilities or serious health conditions.
A new data linkage study examines drivers of children's use of health care services such as who they live with and the health of their parents, particularly their mental health.
In its 70th year, the NHS faces a particularly virulent form of a recurring problem: workforce shortages. The risk is that current critical shortages become endemic in the system.
With the 70-year anniversary of the NHS, July has been a month for combining celebration for what the NHS continues to achieve with calls for further debate and action to ensure health and care ser...
In Dr Fisher’s consultation room, work and its relationship with physical and mental health is linked to a range of patient complaints. In her latest blog, she explores how making more employment g...
Our latest infographic explores what good work is and why it is beneficial to our health.
John Craig, Chief Executive of Care City, blogs about their experience of innovation and improvement through their work as an NHS England Test Bed.