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The economics of housing and health - The role of housing associations | by Merron Simpson

The economics of housing and health

The role of housing associations
The National Housing Federation commissioned The King’s Fund and the New NHS Alliance to produce this independent report looking at the economic case for linking housing and health.
Publication

Can social care survive on the breadline?

Catch up with presentations from our breakfast event, which discussed the pressures facing social care services and the resulting impact on the NHS.
Past event
Social care for older people - Home truths | by Ruth Thorlby, Holly Holder

Social care for older people

Home truths
Our new report, published with the Nuffield Trust, looks at the impact of changes in local authority spending on social care for older people.
Publication
Home truths: are older people paying the price for social care cuts?

Home truths: are older people paying the price for social care cuts?

Patrick Hall considers whether older people are paying the price for cuts to social care.
Blog
How health care library and information services have evolved since the creation of the NHS

How health care library and information services have evolved since the creation of the NHS

Lynsey Hawker looks back through our archives at how health care libraries have developed from the advent of the NHS to present day. 

Urgent and emergency care

Learning from the vanguards on improving the coordination of services
With the urgent care system under pressure and attendances to major A&Es increasing year on year, this conference demonstrated how to improve the coordination of services and reduce pressure on A&E departments.
Past event