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Our most recent blogs
Penny Pereira and Ruth Thorlby look at what factors have enabled new levels of ingenuity in frontline staff during the pandemic, speeding up service change and finding solutions to challenging problem...
Frank Soodeen from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation explores the impact of the pandemic on household money and resources and how this may shape the nation's health prospects.
Lucinda Allen and Tim Gardner discuss new polling that shows strong public support for an immigration route for social care and what such a policy could mean for the sector's workforce challenges.
We explore out 5 things people working in health and care want from their leaders to enable them to build a stronger, more resilient system for the future.
Bryan Jones and Jo Scott explore the evidence around virtual consultations and highlight priorities for future research to help practitioners and policymakers implement these effectively.
We explore the impact of housing on health and health inequalities, likely to have been increased in the wake of the pandemic and the measures taken to control the spread of the virus.
Annie Laverty, Chief Experience Officer at Northumbria NHS Foundation Trust, offers her reflections on engaging with NHS staff meaningfully during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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