Breadcrumb Home Events How are financial pressures affecting patient care? This content relates to the following topics: Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page At this event we launched a new report, Understanding NHS financial pressures: how are they affecting patient care?, which looks at how access to care has been affected in four different parts of the health system. PresentationsRuth Robertson, Fellow, Policy, Kings FundClare Marx, President, The Royal College of SurgeonsCaz Sayer, Chair, Camden Clinical Commissioning GroupRelated contentReportUnderstanding NHS financial pressures: how are they affecting patient care? Severe financial pressures on the NHS show no signs of easing, but how are they affecting patient care? SlideshowUnderstanding NHS financial pressures: visual resources Visual resources from the report, Understanding NHS financial pressures: how are they affecting patient care? Long readSix ways in which NHS financial pressures can affect patient care NHS finances are almost at breaking point. What does this mean for people who access health services? BlogThe impact of NHS financial pressures – a mixed picture We know that financial and operational pressures in the NHS can affect patient care in a number of ways, but how and why does the impact vary across different service areas?