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Glaziers and window breakers

Analysis
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October 2020

What is the role of the health secretary and what should it be? In this second edition of Glaziers and window breakers, 11 former health secretaries answer these questions and more.

The bigger picture

Analysis
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October 2020

In the REAL Centre's first report, we look back at the care and treatment provided by the NHS in England over the past two decades – and identify six key lessons for the future.

Level or not?

Briefing
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September 2020

Our briefing analyses how general practice compares in areas of high and low socioeconomic deprivation in England.

The long-term impacts of new care models on hospital use

Briefing
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September 2020

The briefing examines the impact of Mid-Nottinghamshire's Integrated Care Transformation Programme initiatives on hospital use.

What the £13bn debt write-off means for the NHS

Briefing
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September 2020

What the £13bn debt write-off means for the NHS: a briefing developed by the Health Foundation in partnership with NHS Confederation.

Using economic development to improve health and reduce health inequalities

Research report
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September 2020

This report sets out how economic development can be used to improve people’s health and reduce health inequalities in the UK.

Adult social care and COVID-19: Assessing the impact on social care users and staff in England so far

Briefing
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July 2020

Our analysis on the scale of the impact of COVID-19 on social care in England during the first phase of the pandemic

Adult social care and COVID-19: Assessing the policy response in England so far

Briefing
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July 2020

Our analysis of the national government policy response during the first phase of the pandemic.

Public perceptions of health and social care in light of COVID-19 (May 2020)

Report
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June 2020

Results from an Ipsos MORI survey commissioned by the Health Foundation between 1 and 10 May 2020.

Social care for adults aged 18–64

Analysis
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April 2020

This analysis explores the needs of younger adults (aged 18–64) in the social care system in England, including how these needs differ from those of older people, and how these are changing.

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