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Jo Bibby explores the links between poverty and health
Enhancing support for care home residents can result in different outcomes in different types of homes. Therese Lloyd explains how context matters.
Are unrepresentative datasets exacerbating health inequalities? Genetic researcher and data analyst Karen Hodgson considers the issues for new technologies.
It is fifty years since what most people think of as the first NHS inquiry – into failures in care at Ely Hospital in Cardiff. Why do they matter and what we can learn from them?
Anita Charlesworth, Candace Imison and Richard Murray look in detail at solutions across the different policy levers for workforce, including training, pay, staff retention and skill mix.
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