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Health ProfessionsAugust 15, 2019
NHS calls on A-Level students to join the health service
NHS leaders reach out to the half-a-million students getting their A-Level results today to consider career with the health service. The call on students to pick a career in the NHS comes as the NHS launches the next stage of the ‘We are the NHS' campaign to encourage people to join the sector.
Health PolicyAugust 11, 2019
Prevention 2020 – A missed opportunity
The next decade is set to be an era of proactive, predictive and personalised prevention. Or so the Government’s green paper on prevention: Advancing our Health: Prevention in the 2020s, suggests. But does it go far enough to address the challenges of today?
HealthAugust 1, 2019
Unlocking the blockage in social care
The long-awaited social care green paper remains unpublished, but as well as tackling the major issue of how care is funded, it is also expected to place emphasis on the need for more integrated, person-centred approaches and innovative models of care.
Health PolicyJuly 25, 2019
Boris Johnson: Is it over before it begins?
Boris Johnson entered Downing Street as the 77th Prime Minister on 24th July and it is no understatement that he faces an uphill struggle. He will have to move quickly if he is to fend off calls for a General Election and must not forget the domestic agenda along the way, says former MP, Ben…

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Health PolicyAugust 8, 2019
How do we tackle the giant of social care?
Developing a progressive social care system to meet the needs of citizens while balancing service provision, funding and workforce pressures is a puzzle yet unsolved. A Public Policy Projects roundtable, chaired by David Walker, sought to establish what's next for the policy of the political left.
Health PolicyAugust 7, 2019
A drop in the ocean? The new capital funding plan
Since 2010, the NHS has endured the slowest growth in capital funding since its inception. The new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has announced a £1.8 billion boost to finance 20 substantial healthcare upgrade projects and address the maintenance backlog. Is this enough? And what comes next?
HealthAugust 1, 2019
Unlocking the blockage in social care
The long-awaited social care green paper remains unpublished, but as well as tackling the major issue of how care is funded, it is also expected to place emphasis on the need for more integrated, person-centred approaches and innovative models of care.
Health PolicyJuly 25, 2019
Boris Johnson: Is it over before it begins?
Boris Johnson entered Downing Street as the 77th Prime Minister on 24th July and it is no understatement that he faces an uphill struggle. He will have to move quickly if he is to fend off calls for a General Election and must not forget the domestic agenda along the way, says former MP, Ben…
HealthJuly 8, 2019
Healthy information: Science and logistics
Healthcare depends upon two data types; the clinical determining the best we can do and the logistics that limit what most people will get. Right now, our best is diverging alarmingly from our average, say Professor Terry Young and Professor Stephen Smith. It's time to invest in logistics.

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Health PolicyJuly 24, 2019
UK care homes: Legacy, nostalgia, the future
The UK care home estate is ageing and demand for services is set to rise. Around 75 per cent of the UK stock was built pre-2000, much of which is substandard. What does the future of this sector look like? Kenneth Mackenzie from Target Fund Managers looks at what's next.
HealthJuly 19, 2019
Health technology: Digital therapy by prescription
The healthtech sector has been on the rise for years, writes Paula Dumbill, Partner at Browne Jacobson. From the diagnosis and treatment of depression to the management of diabetes, there are numerous advantages. However, the focus on safeguarding sensitive data must remain a priority

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Health ProfessionsAugust 15, 2019
NHS calls on A-Level students to join the health service
NHS leaders reach out to the half-a-million students getting their A-Level results today to consider career with the health service. The call on students to pick a career in the NHS comes as the NHS launches the next stage of the ‘We are the NHS' campaign to encourage people to join the sector.
Health PolicyAugust 11, 2019
Prevention 2020 – A missed opportunity
The next decade is set to be an era of proactive, predictive and personalised prevention. Or so the Government’s green paper on prevention: Advancing our Health: Prevention in the 2020s, suggests. But does it go far enough to address the challenges of today?
Health PolicyAugust 8, 2019
How do we tackle the giant of social care?
Developing a progressive social care system to meet the needs of citizens while balancing service provision, funding and workforce pressures is a puzzle yet unsolved. A Public Policy Projects roundtable, chaired by David Walker, sought to establish what's next for the policy of the political left.
Health PolicyAugust 7, 2019
A drop in the ocean? The new capital funding plan
Since 2010, the NHS has endured the slowest growth in capital funding since its inception. The new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has announced a £1.8 billion boost to finance 20 substantial healthcare upgrade projects and address the maintenance backlog. Is this enough? And what comes next?
HealthAugust 1, 2019
Unlocking the blockage in social care
The long-awaited social care green paper remains unpublished, but as well as tackling the major issue of how care is funded, it is also expected to place emphasis on the need for more integrated, person-centred approaches and innovative models of care.

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