Since the turn of the 20th century, we have produced nearly 2,000 publications and are in the process of digitising all of them for our new digital archive.
About the archive
The publications in the archive cover areas of work that the Fund has addressed throughout its history, from hospital food and menu planning (The King's Fund, 1945) to Getting the most out of PROMs (Devlin and Appleby, 2010).
Most of the 2,000 documents are held in hard copy at our information centre in central London. More than 1,000 documents have been digitised so far, giving you access to archive-quality scans and searchable electronic text of every page. You can explore these documents on this website, download them for your own use and embed them on your own website.