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Our most recent blogs
Mehrunisha Suleman outlines the pandemic’s disproportionate impact on women, and what must be done to tackle future health inequalities.
How can the government ensure that the new public health system is fit to respond to the growing threat of climate change? Genevieve Cameron and Anya Göpfert reflect on what is needed.
‘In the middle of a global pandemic it has sometimes felt strange to be thinking long term’, reflects Anita Charlesworth. But that’s what our new REAL Centre is here to do. She explains why that’s so ...
Jo Bibby takes stock of the past year of the pandemic, reflecting on how our recovery must draw on diverse evidence to build back fairer.
What are the long-term challenges for nurse retention and recruitment following the pandemic? Nihar Shembavnekar and Emma Woodham summarise recent research.
Liz Cairncross reflects on the value of investing in research to prevent ill health, following a recent report from the Medical Research Council about primary prevention research in the UK.
The Budget continued a pattern of minimal short-term social care funding and nothing about longer term reform, write Lucinda Allen and Charles Tallack.
The COVID-19 impact inquiry team look at emerging evidence of the pandemic's impact on women and key workers, as well as the wider implications for people’s mental health and health inequalities.