Latest from The King's Fund

The first 100 days: what the election result means for health and social care

Saffron Cordery, Dr Sarah Wollaston MP and Nick Timmins discuss what the election result means for health and social care.
Past event

The King’s Fund at the NHS Confederation annual conference 2015

We’re exhibiting and speaking at the NHS Confederation annual conference and exhibition 2015. Come and speak to us on stand LG2 and look out for us at some of the sessions.
Upcoming event
Kim Holt

Kim Holt: what are the biggest barriers to achieving culture change within the health service?

Dr Kim Holt is a paediatrician with Whittington Health NHS Trust who ‘blew the whistle’ in the Baby P case in Haringey. In this talk, she shares her experiences and discusses the need to change how the system deals with whistle-blowers.
Su Long

Steven Pleasant and Su Long: delivering the Greater Manchester health and social care strategy

Steven Pleasant and Su Long give an overview of plans to devolve responsibility for health and social care to statutory organisations in Greater Manchester.

Fifth annual leadership and management summit

Developing well-led organisations and systems
Catch up with the highlights from our annual leadership and management summit, including talks from Jeremy Hunt, Roger Kline and Kim Holt.
Past event

Our comment on NHS provider deficits

Press release
Dementia: a carer’s perspective

Dementia: a carer’s perspective

We speak to writer Nicci Gerrard about her father's hospital care, and her campaign – John’s Campaign – that calls for the families and carers of people with dementia to be allowed to remain with them in hospital for as many hours of the day and night as necessary.