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The Nuffield Trust Summit 2020

27/02/2020

Our Twelfth annual Summit will be held on the 27th and 28th February 2020 at Beaumont Estate Hotel in Windsor.

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Rapid evaluation in health care 2020

30/01/2020

The Nuffield Trust and Health Foundation, in collaboration with RSET and BRACE, are holding an event to explore what good practice in a rapid, rigorous evaluation looks like as well as share lessons learnt from recent and on-going evaluations.

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Migration changes will be a disaster for social care unless Government introduces special route

Press release 28/01/2020Nuffield Trust

Natasha Curry responds to the Migration Advisory Committee’s report on a points-based immigration system and salary thresholds.

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Friday FAQs: Kate Ardern

Blog post 24/01/2020Kate Ardern

Kicking off a new series of Friday FAQs, we spoke to Kate Ardern, Director of Public Health at Wigan Council.

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Yasmin Baker

Digital First North West London Programme ManagerNorth West London Collaboration of CCGs

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Anna Quigley

Head of Health and Social Care Research and EvaluationIpsos MORI

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Poorest get worse quality of NHS care in England, new research finds

Press release 23/01/2020

New QualityWatch analysis finds people living in the most deprived areas of England experience a worse quality of NHS care and poorer health outcomes than people living in the least deprived areas.

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Crunch time for PCNs

Blog post 23/01/2020Dr Rebecca Rosen

With a consultation on primary care networks prompting a flurry of opinion on whether they're being asked to do too much, too soon, Rebecca Rosen highlights three major concerns about PCNs that should not be ignored.

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Quality and inequality: digging deeper

Briefing 23/01/2020

Our QualityWatch scrolling data story explores whether inequalities in the quality of care between the most and least deprived groups have changed over the last decade. Here we put the study into context and explain the findings.

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