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Deconstructing the deal: what the Brexit agreement with the EU means for the NHS

Blog post 04/12/2018Mark Dayan

As Brexit continues to dominate the news, Mark Dayan gives his expert view on what the UK's withdrawal agreement with the European Union could mean for the health service.

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What the Brexit withdrawal agreement means for the NHS

Briefing 04/12/2018

Ahead of the meaningful vote on the Brexit withdrawal agreement and political declaration agreed with the EU, this briefing lays out what these documents mean for the NHS and social care. It also looks at the implications of two possible alternatives: a no deal Brexit, and arrangements where the UK...

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How much would NHS costs rise if there’s no Brexit deal?

Blog post 13/11/2018Mark Dayan

With it still possible the United Kingdom will leave the European Union without a deal, Mark Dayan looks at the impact that would have on NHS costs.

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Calculating the costs of a no deal Brexit for the NHS

Briefing 13/11/2018

A document showing Mark Dayan’s methodological assumptions behind his figures in the "How much would NHS costs rise if there’s no Brexit deal?" blog.

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What does the Chequers plan mean for the NHS?

Blog post 17/10/2018Mark Dayan

Originally published in Prospect magazine on 5 October, this blog from Mark Dayan takes a closer look at the Prime Minister’s preferred Brexit plan and what its implications might be for the health service.

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Nuffield Trust response to Brexit technical notices on healthcare

Press release 23/08/2018

Mark Dayan comments on newly published Government guidance on how the NHS and its suppliers should prepare for a no deal Brexit.

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Over the edge: a no deal Brexit and the NHS

Blog post 02/08/2018Mark Dayan

With speculation growing about the possibility of no formal agreement being reached during Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU, Mark Dayan explores what crashing out without a deal could mean for the NHS.

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Public satisfaction with the NHS and social care in 2017: Results and trends from the British Social Attitudes survey

Report 28/02/2018Ruth Robertson | John Appleby | Harry Evans

Nuffield Trust and The King's Fund present results and analysis from the annual British Social Attitudes survey. This year's results show a sharp, alarming drop in public satisfaction with the NHS.

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The end state and the NHS

Blog post 20/02/2018Mark Dayan

Will it be like Norway, or are we looking at Canada? What about the Jersey model, or should we look further afield towards Ukraine? Mark Dayan explores the range of different options as the UK negotiates its future relationship with the European Union – and what it all means for the NHS.

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How Brexit could affect the health service in Northern Ireland

Blog post 06/02/2018Mark Dayan

With the implications of Brexit on the NHS unclear, nowhere is it felt more than in Northern Ireland, which shares a border with an EU member state. Mark Dayan explores what harder forms of Brexit might mean for staff, patients and funding in the Northern Irish health service, while also looking at...

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