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A digital general practice: what have we found out so far?

Blog post 06/04/2020Dr Rebecca Rosen

The Covid-19 crisis has had a big impact on general practice. Many surgeries, such as the one where Rebecca Rosen works, have switched to a universal ‘digital-first’ service – which has been argued could lead to a change for good in the longer term. Here she describes the promise of what she�...

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Public satisfaction with the NHS rose sharply in 2019

Press release 03/04/2020Nuffield Trust

Public satisfaction with the NHS increased to 60% last year across the UK, according to analysis of the 2019 British Social Attitudes survey published today by the Nuffield Trust and The King’s Fund.

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Public satisfaction with the NHS rose sharply in 2019 – why?

Blog post 03/04/2020Dan Wellings | John Appleby

As new analysis from the Nuffield Trust and the King’s Fund shows that public satisfaction with the NHS went up in 2019, authors Dan Wellings and John Appleby take a closer look at what might have been behind the upturn.

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Public satisfaction with the NHS and social care in 2019: Results and trends from the British Social Attitudes survey

Report 03/04/2020John Appleby | Nina Hemmings | David Maguire | Jessica Morris | Laura Schlepper | Dan Wellings

Nuffield Trust and The King's Fund's latest analysis of the NatCen Social Research survey exploring the public's views shows satisfaction with the NHS jumped to 60% in 2019 – several months before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. So what might explain this turnaround from previous years which h...

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Brexit and coronavirus: how can the NHS avoid a fight on two fronts?

Blog post 30/03/2020Mark Dayan

With the NHS under such exceptional pressure during the coronavirus crisis, it’s easy to overlook the fact that the UK’s Brexit transition period ends on December 31. Mark Dayan takes a closer look at how these two challenges for the health service might collide, and says there is a case to err...

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Other types of support: how do the countries compare?

Blog post 18/03/2020Camille Oung | Laura Schlepper | Natasha Curry

This explainer looks at what other types of support – such as welfare benefits and access to continuing health care – people with care needs might be eligible for.

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Offer and eligibility: Who can access state-funded adult care and what are people entitled to?

Blog post 18/03/2020Camille Oung | Laura Schlepper | Natasha Curry

This explainer covers the number of state-supported individuals accessing care, the financial and needs criteria that determine access in each country, and the services supported for individuals who meet the means and needs criteria.

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How much social care does each country fund?

Blog post 18/03/2020Camille Oung | Laura Schlepper | Natasha Curry

This explainer covers Nuffield Trust analysis of public expenditure per capita for each country, and discusses estimations of self-funders in relation to their publicly funded counterparts.

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Who organises and funds social care?

Blog post 18/03/2020Camille Oung | Laura Schlepper | Natasha Curry

This explainer covers how adult social care is funded, assessed and organised in each UK country.

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What steps are currently being taken to reform social care?

Blog post 18/03/2020Camille Oung | Laura Schlepper | Natasha Curry

This explainer analyses the main social care reform activities in each UK country.

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