Nuffield Trust is an authoritative and independent source of evidence-based research and policy analysis to improve health care in the UK. Our independence and expertise mean we are well placed to be a source of expert and impartial analysis for the media.

Our Qualitywatch indicators and NHS in Numbers pages are useful resources for journalists interested in long term trends on performance and spending.

View our most recent press releases below. An archive of our previous press releases is also available.

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If you wish to keep in touch with our latest news, receive embargoed press releases or contact one of our spokespeople, please contact Katherine Jarman or Mark Dayan in our press office on 020 7462 0555 or via email

Weekend duty press office 20-22 November 

Journalists with urgent weekend media enquiries should contact Mark Dayan on 07920 043844.

Our experts

We have a range of spokespeople that provide comment and analysis to the media on our areas of expertise, and that contribute to health policy debates. They regularly contribute articles and are happy to provide background briefings to journalists. Access biographical details of our experts.

Latest press releases

  1. 25 Nov 2015

    The Spending Review: the Nuffield Trust responds

    The Nuffield Trust responds to the Chancellor's announcements on health in today's Spending Review.

  2. 24 Nov 2015

    The Nuffield Trust responds to announcement of above inflation increase in health spending for 2015/16

    Nigel Edwards welcomes the £3.8 billion funding increase for NHS England but cautions that we need to see the fine print to know whether this announcement is as generous as it seems.

  3. 20 Nov 2015

    Nuffield Trust response to NHS Trust financial figures

    The Nuffield Trust's Senior Policy Analyst Sally Gainsbury responds to the latest financial reports from the NHS regulators Monitor and the Trust Development Authority. 

  4. 4 Nov 2015

    Response to the launch of the OECD report 'Health at a Glance 2015'

    Nigel Edwards responds to the launch of the OECD report 'Health at a Glance 2015'. 

  5. 2 Nov 2015

    Gradual decline’ in NHS waiting times unlikely to improve soon, but other areas of care quality show a more mixed picture

    Waiting times for hospital and other care services are under severe strain and are unlikely to improve in the near future, according to new analysis published by the Nuffield Trust and The Health Foundation today.


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