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Our most recent blogs
What can the COVID-19 response tell us about public health interventions and inequalities? Three reflections from Newham
Jason Strelitz, DPH for Newham, shares some important lessons from the experience of managing public health during the pandemic.
Introducing the Health Foundation’s work with partners to conduct an independent review of health and health inequalities in Scotland.
Malte Gerhold shares his thoughts so far on what future contribution the Health Foundation needs to make to encourage faster improvement and innovation in care.
The government’s new Plan for Digital Health and Social Care contains some important ambitions. But what’s needed to make it work? Tim Horton, Josh Keith and Anita Mehay explore the issues.
The Messenger review is a promising start for health and social care leadership reform, although the response will require concrete resources and action.
Louise Marshall outlines the Health Foundation’s work with the Local Government Association, funding five place-based partnerships taking system-wide action on the wider determinants of health.