The Nuffield Trust is an independent health charity. We aim to improve the quality of health care in the UK by providing evidence-based research and policy analysis and informing and generating debate.
Deirdre Heenan and John Appleby look back at reviews of the health and care system in Northern Ireland, the need for reform and what it mean...
With an increase in online health care providers, Sophie Castle-Clarke discusses some of the problems it presents, the safeguarding measures...
Sally Gainsbury reveals how much a hospital is paid to treat a patient today compared to 2010.
Since devolution, the health systems in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have all pursued different policies, with different funding and priorities. This spotlight draws together our analysis comparing the four countries.
Deirdre Heenan and John Appleby look back at reviews of the health and care system in Northern Ireland, the need for reform and what it means for patients, and where we are now.
In this comment piece, Dr David Steel, former chief executive of Quality Improvement Scotland, welcomes the Nuffield’s new report on learn...
Nigel Edwards examines the performance of the Labour-led Welsh NHS, how it compares to the English system, and why the political blame game...
This report assesses the performance of the NHS on the quality of patient care in all four UK countries since devolution.
Big changes lie ahead for the UK following its vote to leave the EU. No part of society will remain unchanged, including the health and social care sector. Below is a collection of resources about how Brexit might impact the NHS.
This spotlight brings together our body of work and research on collaborative models of general practice.
With the results of the RCGP and Nuffield Trust at-scale survey published, Stephanie Kumpunen looks at the current picture in general practice and asks what clinical commissioning groups and policy-makers can do to help.
With most GP practices shown in a new report to provide good or outstanding care, Charlotte Paddison reflects on what should happen next in primary care and what can impact on its quality.
The study examined the factors affecting their evolution and their impact on quality, staff and patient experience.
The vast majority of GP practices are providing good or outstanding care but pockets of poor quality care remain, with 1 in 10 practices nee...