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Health and social care in Northern Ireland: critical care?

Blog post 17/10/2017Prof. Deirdre Heenan | John Appleby

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.

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Health care online: the role of regulation in keeping patients safe

Blog post 16/10/2017Sophie Castle-Clarke

With an increase in online health care providers, Sophie Castle-Clarke discusses some of the problems it presents, the safeguarding measures already in place, and what should happen next.

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Nuffield Trust response to CQC State of Care report 2016/17

Press release 10/10/2017

John Appleby responds to the Care Quality Commission’s State of Care report for 2016/17 on behalf of the Nuffield Trust.

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Right care, right place: why NHS estates matter

Blog post 28/07/2017Helen Buckingham

Helen Buckingham takes a measured approach to NHS estates, and explains why the NHS finds it such a difficult issue. She looks at the importance of getting it right for patient care, the potential for developing smart local solutions, and invites others to be involved in our work on it.

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Inspiration close to home

Blog post 05/07/2017Dr David Steel OBE

In this comment piece, Dr David Steel, former chief executive of Quality Improvement Scotland, welcomes the Nuffield’s new report on learning from Scotland’s NHS, and gives his take on why it’s worth looking north of the border.

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Shifting the balance of care: Great expectations

Report 01/03/2017Candace Imison | Natasha Curry | Holly Holder | Sophie Castle-Clarke | Dr Danielle Nimmons | John Appleby | Ruth Thorlby | Silvia Lombardo

This research draws on an extensive literature review to assess the realism of the narrative that moving care out of hospital will save money. It explores five key areas: elective care, urgent and emergency care, admission avoidance and easier discharge, at risk populations, and self-care.

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