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Richard Humphries

Social care and the election – a divide in the road?

Richard Humphries finds that all the manifestos fall short in setting clear, credible and costed proposals that address the scale of the challenges facing social care.
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The politics of health: what do the public think about the NHS?

The politics of health: what do the public think about the NHS?

Dan Wellings reviews the polls to uncover what the public are looking for from politicians when it comes to the NHS.
David Buck

Health in a global city is local: how diversity and deprivation affect health

How does living in diverse, deprived inner cities affect our experience of health and what does this mean for services? David Buck looks at the work one charity is doing to answer this question.
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General Election 2017

Is there ‘parity of esteem’ between mental and physical health?

Ahead of the general election, we consider whether there is parity of esteem between mental and physical health.
Cascading Leadership: a new model to support leadership in the voluntary and community sector

Cascading Leadership: a new model to support leadership in the voluntary and community sector

We outline the importance of investing in leadership in the voluntary and community sector, sharing the results of an external evaluation of the Cascading Leadership programme.
Cover image Mental health and new care modles report

Mental health and new models of care

Lessons from the vanguards
New care models need to make more of opportunities to improve care through integrated approaches to mental health, according to our report, jointly published with the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
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