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Our most recent blogs
Is now a golden opportunity to truly improve cross-government working? Gwen Nightingale and Katherine Merrifield take a look at why joining up is vital to addressing health inequalities.
How will the four new Adopting Innovation hubs cultivate the optimal environment for change to be implemented effectively, efficiently and sustainably? Laura Semple and Richard Stubbs share their reas...
Investment has been announced this week for the NHS, as well as extra funds and a reform plan for social care. This has prompted questions from political quarters.
REAL Centre economists estimate the levels of funding required to enable health and care services to recover and to meet future needs.
Building trust, addressing health inequalities and improving social care data are critical if the NHSX data strategy is to unlock its full potential, writes Josh Keith.
Amanda Pritchard has a vast in-tray as she takes over from Simon Stevens. But with experience and good management skills, she can get a lot done, writes Jennifer Dixon.
How will the Collaboration for Wellbeing and Health change the conversation about what makes us healthy and influence national policy? Cathy Irving explains.
Jo Bibby considers the weight of expectation now attached to the term ‘levelling up’, and puts this in the context of our latest research into health inequalities and the ongoing impact of the pandemi...