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Nigel Edwards responds to Labour's 'NHS Rescue Plan'

Press release 12/11/2019

New money announced by Labour would mean the NHS could breathe a sigh of relief, but tough decisions will still have to be made.

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Local lessons: what can we learn from Tameside and Glossop?

Blog post 01/11/2019Nigel Edwards

Nigel Edwards reflects on a visit to Tameside and Glossop CCG, which has recently improved its performance in a number of areas. He argues that three things in particular struck him about how they do things – and that we should be wary of thinking such models can be simply copied elsewhere.

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Queen's Speech has no concrete proposals for social care and worrying lack of reassurances for future workforce

Press release 14/10/2019

Professor John Appleby, Chief Economist at the Nuffield Trust responds to the social care announcement in the Queen's Speech 2019.

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Hospital pledges raise capital concerns

Blog post 02/10/2019Nigel Edwards

Following the announcement this week of extra funding for NHS hospitals, Nigel Edwards takes a closer look at the accompanying Health Infrastructure Plan, and argues it leaves a number of important areas unresolved.

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Nuffield Trust response to Labour’s social care announcement

Press release 23/09/2019

Natasha Curry, our Deputy Director of Policy, welcomes a plan to address England’s crumbling social care system, but says more detail is needed, with the proposal for it just to apply to those over 65 years old representing a missed opportunity.

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A clear plan for social care?

Blog post 12/09/2019Natasha Curry

With our new report on the long-term care system in Germany following our review last year of how things are done in Japan, author Natasha Curry looks at the factors that prompted change in those countries. Will the social care system in England be able to follow suit?

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What can England learn from the long-term care system in Germany?

Report 11/09/2019Natasha Curry | Laura Schlepper | Nina Hemmings

The current social care system in England is widely regarded as unfair, complex, confusing and failing to meet growing care needs in the population. Germany was in a similar situation 24 years ago, but successfully brought about far-reaching reform. As the UK government promises to fix our social ca...

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Sadly missed opportunity to reverse cuts - Nuffield Trust response to Spending Round

Press release 04/09/2019

John Appleby responds to today's Spending Round.

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Joint letter to Members of Parliament on no deal Brexit

News and opinion 03/09/2019

As major decisions about Brexit are taken, we have written to MPs with the King’s Fund and Health Foundation to lay out the impact of leaving without a deal for health and social care.

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Binning the Brexit backstop: the impact on the NHS

Blog post 29/08/2019Mark Dayan

With Brexit still dominating the news headlines, one thing constantly mentioned is the Northern Irish backstop, with the new Prime Minister adamant it must be removed from any Brexit deal. But what would this mean for the NHS, if it were to happen? Mark Dayan gives his expert view.

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