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.

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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. 11 Nov 2014

    Nuffield Trust response to NAO report on Better Care Fund

    The Nuffield Trust's Nigel Edwards responds to the NAO report on Better Care Fund. 

  2. 4 Nov 2014

    GPs must find strength in numbers to overcome staffing crunch and funding cuts, new analysis reveals

    A looming staffing crunch and significant funding cuts in the last year alone mean that general practice in England must innovate to survive, according to new research published today by the Nuffield Trust. 

  3. 22 Oct 2014

    Health service cannot continue with ‘business as usual’: Nuffield Trust responds to NHS England Forward View

    Nigel Edwards responds to the NHS England Forward View and outlines three challenges for NHS England.

  4. 16 Oct 2014

    Nuffield Trust responds to the CQC's latest State of Care report

    Nigel Edwards, Chief Executive of the Nuffield Trust comments on the 2013/14 CQC State of Care report.

  5. 9 Oct 2014

    QualityWatch annual statement: quality of care getting worse in several services

    Deteriorating quality in mental health services and worsening access to hospital care in England are evidence that some significant improvements in the quality of healthcare made over the past decade are starting to go into reverse, a new report finds today.  


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