The Health Foundation is working in collaboration with Nuffield Trust, The King’s Fund, the Strategy Unit and Imperial College Healthcare Partners to provide additional analytical support to NHS decision makers in their overall response to COVID-19.
The five organisations will use their expertise to focus on questions that the NHS may lack the immediate resources to look at, which may be more medium-term, cut across sectors, or benefit from independent analysis.
The selected projects have been developed and prioritised by the collaboration partners, and informed by discussions with key stakeholders.
They will be sharing their knowledge, information, multi-disciplinary analytical skills, and extensive links to support different parts of the health and care system, arm's-length bodies and government departments working on the COVID-19 response.
For more detailed information, including the research questions being addressed and contact information, visit the Strategy Unit page.
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