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Our most recent blogs

What will it cost to get the NHS and social care on the road to recovery?

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2 September 2021

REAL Centre economists estimate the levels of funding required to enable health and care services to recover and to meet future needs.

The full health and care data strategy must address its shortcomings

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17 August 2021

Building trust, addressing health inequalities and improving social care data are critical if the NHSX data strategy is to unlock its full potential, writes Josh Keith.

The NHS has a new chief executive – what does this mean for England’s health care?

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12 August 2021

Amanda Pritchard has a vast in-tray as she takes over from Simon Stevens. But with experience and good management skills, she can get a lot done, writes Jennifer Dixon.

A collaboration for better and more equitable health

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11 August 2021

How will the Collaboration for Wellbeing and Health change the conversation about what makes us healthy and influence national policy? Cathy Irving explains.

Good health: vital for levelling up

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29 July 2021

Jo Bibby considers the weight of expectation now attached to the term ‘levelling up’, and puts this in the context of our latest research into health inequalities and the ongoing impact of the pandemi...

After the pandemic: recovery and reform

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26 July 2021

What challenges do the NHS and social care system face over the long term? Charles Tallack rounds up recent evidence from the REAL Centre.

The challenges in Sajid Javid’s in-tray as health secretary

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8 July 2021

What should Sajid Javid’s priorities be as new secretary of state for health and social care? Jennifer Dixon unpicks the challenges ahead.

An investment in people is an investment in health

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6 July 2021

The COVID-19 impact inquiry shows the extent of the pandemic’s unequal repercussions, writes Jo Bibby.

A wealth of work supporting recovery and resilience

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29 June 2021

Dr Jennifer Dixon takes a broad look at what will be needed to improve health, support NHS recovery and boost resilience to future health emergencies.

Mind the gaps: adult social care workforce policy during the pandemic

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17 June 2021

Has national support for adult social care staff in England during the pandemic been adequate? Lucinda Allen looks at what was missing.

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