Peter Goldblatt, Senior Advisor, UCL Institute of Health Equity, continues our guest blog series responding to our 'You Only Had To Ask' report on what people with multiple conditions say about health equity.
Yasmin Ibison, Programme and Partnerships Manager (Employment) at Black Thrive Lambeth, kicks off our new series of guest blogs in response to our #YouOnlyHadToAsk report on what people with multiple conditions say about health inequality.
Nursing is the most trusted profession, but anyone in the UK can refer to themselves as a nurse even if they have been struck off, have no qualifications or have been convicted of a crime, writes Professor Alison Leary.
As the Taskforce on Multiple Conditions publishes its final report – You only had to ask: what people with multiple conditions say about health equity – we are calling on national decision-makers to act on its powerful and moving findings or face growing health inequality, worse outcome
The Richmond Group of Charities has published the third and final report from its collaboration with Britain Thinks to understand how the experiences and perceptions of patients, professionals and the public have shifted during the pandemic and what this might mean for the future of the NHS in England.