For the sake of our ageing population, resolving the thorny issue of how to pay for this vital public service is essential
Meeting the Sustainable Development Goal targets on health will require efforts well beyond the health care system. Is enough happening to keep us healthy in the UK? Emma Spencelayh explores.
Investing in public health pays off down the line. As the government seeks to restore NHS funding it cannot also ignore this vital policy area.
Delivering the government’s ambition to halve the number of obese children in the UK by 2030 will require action from sectors wider than just health, says John Wass, professor of endocrinology at O...
Jon Sussex blogs about the idea of earmarking taxes for public funding of health care or social care, drawing on international evidence.
As the NHS turns 70, Frances Wiseman (Assistant Director of Improvement) reflects on the human element of improvement in health care.
Rising and more complex demands on the NHS require radical reform from the bottom up, writes Jennifer Dixon.
In the last of our family, friends and community blogs, Bev writes about her experience of disability and online community.
Our recent joint report with the Institute for Fiscal Studies projects the NHS will need 4% annual real growth over the next five years to stay as is, and nearer 5% to modernise given the backlog f...
The announcement about the NHS funding settlement can be interpreted in two ways, says Ben Gershlick.