This is first of three Health Foundation briefings ahead of the 2017 General Election.
The Health Foundation commissioned Ipsos MORI to do a survey of the general public in Great Brita...
There are three fundamental issues that any incoming government will need to address if health and social care are to be sustained.
For busy clinicians the general election may seem a superficial distraction. But is it? While not all political parties have published their manifestos yet, we’ve had clues from speeches and leaks....
Retention, recruitment and morale: it's time to address the key challenges facing our NHS and social care workforce
There are few things that all political parties agree on in this general election. The need to focus on the health and social care workforce appears to be one of them.
The NHS might be 'the closest thing the English have to a religion'. To an extent this is true - but people’s views are much more mixed across the topics we polled them on.
England could face a shortfall of 42,000 nurses by 2020, equivalent to 12% of the workforce, according to a new Health Foundation report.
Conservative manifesto pledge will deliver extra money for NHS but leave £12bn funding gap by 2020/21
Our response to the Conservative pledge to increase funding for the NHS in England in their 2017 manifesto.