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What is a 'population health' approach? And what role do we all play in keeping our communities healthy? Watch our new animation to find out. Timeline A short history of social care funding reform in England: 1997 to 2019 Adult social care in England –unlike health care – is not free at the point of use. Support from the state is reserved for those with both the highest level of need, and the lowest means. We outline the history of the past 22 years of attempts to reform how social care funded. Audio How do you solve a problem like social care funding? Social care funding reform is firmly back on the political agenda. Helen McKenna speaks with Sir Andrew Dilnot, Emily Holzhausen and Sally Warren, about why reform has proved so challenging for successive governments. Video Rekindling hope: the story of the Wigan Deal In 2011, Wigan Council had to make unprecedented savings after significant cuts to funding. Drastic measures were needed, including a radical reshaping of the relationship between the council and residents. This became known as the Wigan Deal. Data visualisation Capital investment in the NHS The amount of capital investment into the NHS has increased in recent years but hasn’t kept pace with the rapidly increasing backlog maintenance. Video David Hambleton: Thinking differently about commissioning in South Tyneside As part of our report Thinking differently about commissioning: learning from new approaches to planning, we interviewed David Hambleton from South Tyneside – a CCG in north-east England that is adopting a service planning model based on the approach of the Canterbury health system in New Zealand. Video Jessica Williams: Thinking differently about commissioning in Tameside and Glossop As part of our report Thinking differently about commissioning: learning from new approaches to planning, we interviewed Jessica Williams from Tameside and Glossop – a CCG in Greater Manchester which has come together with Tameside Council to create a single planning organisation for most local public services Video Helen Hirst: Thinking differently about commissioning in Bradford district and Craven As part of our report Thinking differently about commissioning: learning from new approaches to planning, we interviewed Helen Hirst from Bradford district and Craven – three CCGs in West Yorkshire that will be merging in April 2020 and are establishing partnership arrangements to plan services. Video Tom Bourne: Working as a hospital doctor can be bad for your health Professor Tom Bourne spoke at our Annual Conference 2019 about burnout, wellbeing and how this is associated with defensive medical practice in the UK. Video Public services: how can we design digital pathways for all groups in society? This online event explored how we can enable people in every part of society to benefit from government services online. Video Dominic King : How digital health and artificial intelligence can improve care Dr Dominic King, Director and UK Lead, Google Health, spoke at our Annual Conference 2019 about how digital health and artificial intelligence can improve care. Video Afsana Safa - Lessons in leadership: from muddy fields to shiny wards Dr Afsana Safa spoke at our Annual Conference 2019 about her experiences of working as a clinical leader in informal and formal Greek refugee camps and applying this learning to working in the frontline and NHS management. Audio The obligation to dissent: Richard Murray on making an impact on health and care What is it like being the Chief Executive of The King’s Fund? Helen McKenna spoke with Richard Murray about his first year in the job, our new strategy and his vision for the health and care system. Video Carolyn Wilkins on place-based leadership in Oldham Carolyn Wilkins discusses how an integrated approach to care services has worked in Oldham, and shares her experience of adopting a place-based leadership model. Audio Professor David Williams on racism, discrimination and the impact they have on health How do our life experiences shape our health? What can we do to tackle social inequalities? Helen McKenna spoke with Professor David Williams from Harvard University about his research into the social influences on health. Video Putting personalised care into practice This online event explored how different components of personalised care are being implemented in practice. Video Laura Neilson, Hope Citadel and whole-person health care As part of our Radical innovation in delivering health and care services report, we interviewed Laura Neilson, CEO of Hope Citadel Healthcare. Audio General election 2019: taking the pulse on health and care What are the main parties saying about health and social care in the general election debate? What comes next in delivering their manifesto pledges? Helen McKenna sits down with Sally Warren, Siva Anandaciva and Dave Buck from The King’s Fund. Data visualisation Key facts and figures about adult social care What is social care? How many people deliver social care? How much does social care cost individuals and the state? We answer some of the most frequently asked questions we receive about social care. Data visualisation Key facts and figures about the NHS What's the NHS annual budget? How many doctors and nurses are there? What's the cost of an operation? We answer some of the most frequently asked questions we receive about health and social care. Data visualisation International recruitment in adult social care The social care sector would struggle to function without its international workforce. Immigration policy, particularly after the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, should be designed with the social care sector in mind. Data visualisation International recruitment in the NHS The NHS would not be able to function without its international workforce, who account for 1 in every 8 people who work in the health service. Video Michael West on compassionate and inclusive leadership In this video Michael West shares his thoughts on compassionate and inclusive leadership for our recent event The challenge of culture change: sharing system-wide learning to deliver the NHS long-term plan. Audio Impatient for change: Prerana Issar on leadership and the NHS workforce What’s the scale of the challenge currently facing the NHS workforce? Prerana Issar sits down with Helen McKenna to discuss the NHS People Plan and her career journey.