Joni Jabbal

Researcher, Policy

Joni contributes to the Fund's research and analysis on health and social care policy and practice. Her recent work includes projects on workforce planning, patient experience, financial failure in the NHS, as well as a major audit of the NHS under the coalition government. Working with other colleagues in the policy directorate, Joni is responsible for work tracking the performance of the health and social care system through the Fund’s Quarterly Monitoring Report.

Joni has a particular interest in incentives and behavioural outcomes in health care settings. Before joining the Fund in 2013 Joni worked at the Royal College of Physicians, focusing on the impact of the NHS reforms, developing new models of urgent and emergency care services, and leading the college’s public health work.

She has an MSc in comparative social policy from the University of Oxford.

Selected work

Quarterly Monitoring Report
8 Sep 2016 | Article
Quarterly Monitoring Report
19 May 2016 | Article
Quarterly Monitoring Report
18 Feb 2016 | Article
An analysis of trends in inpatient surveys in NHS acute trusts in England 2005-13
10 Dec 2015 | Publication
Quarterly Monitoring Report
22 Oct 2015 | Article
Quarterly Monitoring Report
16 Jul 2015 | Article
29 Apr 2015 | Publication
Quarterly Monitoring Report
23 Apr 2015 | Article
Part two: NHS performance
26 Mar 2015 | Publication
Part one: NHS reform
6 Feb 2015 | Publication
Quarterly Monitoring Report
22 Jan 2015 | Article
Making more of the NHS in England
12 Nov 2014 | Article
The state of involvement
4 Nov 2014 | Publication
Quarterly Monitoring Report
30 Oct 2014 | Article
What causes it and how best to manage it
9 Oct 2014 | Publication
Quarterly Monitoring Report
17 Jul 2014 | Publication
Quarterly Monitoring Report
15 Apr 2014 | Publication
Quarterly monitoring report
22 Jan 2014 | Publication
Quarterly monitoring report
18 Sep 2013 | Publication