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An insider’s guide to our plans for 2020

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31 January 2020

A sneak preview of our plans for 2020, with some big new programmes launching, and highlights to watch out for in each of our five strategic priority areas. 

Our top funding and opportunities in 2020

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31 January 2020

Our annual run down of the main opportunities to get involved in our grant programmes, research projects, networks and fellowships over the coming year.

Voices from across health and social care

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9 December 2019

We asked people ‘What’s the biggest change you’d want to see the next government make to improve health and social care?’ Here’s what they said.

Top line facts on the big issues in health and social care

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9 December 2019

We’ve pulled out the key points from our detailed pre-election briefings.

Funding, news and events from December 2019

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9 December 2019

The latest funding, news and events from the Health Foundation.

Advancing analytical capability

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29 October 2019

Neil Pettinger led the evaluation of the first round of the Health Foundation’s Advancing Applied Analytics programme. 

Funding, news and events from October 2019

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29 October 2019

The latest funding, news and events from the Health Foundation.

Funding, news and events from September 2019

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26 September 2019

The latest funding, news and events from the Health Foundation.

Acting on the evidence to empower young people with asthma

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26 September 2019

Dr Mosler's project developed a theatre workshop, transforming awareness and attitudes about asthma among young people.

How can research findings influence policy on health?

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26 September 2019

Stephen Aldridge on the ways that researchers and policymakers can work more closely together to influence policy on health.

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