How can government, employers and others act together for better working-age health and a thriving workforce?
For too long, our working-age health challenge has been overlooked. This event will bring commissioners, partners and key stakeholders together to discuss the ‘case for action’ for the new independent Commission on Healthier Working Lives which aims to address the decline in working-age health. The event will be held Tuesday 16 January, 16.00–17.30, followed by a drinks reception. Register here
ITT: Brand architecture and visual identity refresh
We are looking to commission a supplier to develop a refreshed visual identity for the Health Foundation as well as reviewing and making recommendations on our brand architecture. Apply by 23.59, Sunday 17 December 2023
Improving health and reducing inequalities in Scotland: steering group call for expressions of interest
We are seeking people with an interest, expertise and/or experience in improving health and reducing inequalities to be part of our steering group for a new programme of work in Scotland. Apply by midday, Wednesday 10 January 2024
The MJ Achievement Awards 2024
The Health Foundation has designed and sponsored an award for The MJ Achievement Awards 2024: ‘A whole-team approach to tackling health inequalities’. The award invites entries from local authorities taking innovative approaches to improve health and reduce inequalities. Apply by 26 January 2024
Activate your improvement leadership
Learning and Improving Across Systems is a new peer learning programme from the Health Foundation, NHS Confederation and the Q community. Access peer support, coaching, and tailored resources to support practical implementation of improvement across health and care systems. Find out more and apply here
The (underdeveloped) power of data
Toby Watt explores why better, linked data will be key to unlocking solutions for health and care in an ageing society. Read here
How can local government protect population health in the face of financial strain?
Jennie Leggat highlights the impacts of local government underfunding on people’s health and highlights how using Health Impact Assessment could help to minimise these. Read here
Learning and improving across systems
Matthew Taylor and Penny Pereira highlight a new partnership between NHS Confederation, the Health Foundation and the Q community to support health and care systems across the UK. Read here
Net zero NHS: what does the public think?
This blog looks at what the public thinks about the ambition for the NHS to reach net zero. Read here
Primary care in poorer areas ‘missing out’ on vital funding, according to new Health Foundation report
Our new report suggets that primary care in poorer areas are ‘missing out’ on vital funding. Read here
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