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Blog commissioning policy

The King’s Fund blog offers up-to-date comment and analysis on the key issues surrounding health and social care in England.

The vast majority of our blogs are written by The King’s Fund staff or associates. We do occasionally commission guest blogs when relevant to our work or strategic priorities. We don’t accept unsolicited blogs from third parties.

If you have any questions about our blog or content commissioning policy, please email [email protected]