• 23/07/2015 • Professor James Buchan PhD, DPM
Professor James Buchan, Adjunct Professor, at the WHO Collaborating Centre, ponders whether Scotland can continue to defy Westminster by protecting staff pay increments in the Scottish NHS.
• 23/06/2015 • Nuffield Trust
Hugh McCaughey, Chief Executive of the South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust in Northern Ireland blogs about the great health challenges facing the country, and examines the options.
What is the truth about where decisions in funding are taken, and what difference could the election make? Mark Dayan looks at the facts.
• 05/02/2015 • Nigel Edwards
The Labour-led NHS in Wales is a common and contentious subject between politicians in Westminster and Cardiff Bay. But does the Welsh NHS really perform poorly?
Nigel Edwards examines the performance of the Labour-led Welsh NHS, how it compares to the English system, and why the political blame game does little to help patients.
• 24/11/2014 • Ian Blunt
Reports that Welsh residents were crossing borders to use English health services unfolded into a spat between the Daily Mail and the Welsh Government. Ian Blunt looks at the evidence.
• 17/06/2014 • Alison Ward
If the next two years look tough for NHS Wales finances, the long-term could be dire – and not just for the health service.
• 07/05/2014 • 09.00–17.30 • Professor Gwyn Bevan
These free workshop explored the funding and performance of health care systems in the four UK countries.
The Nuffield Trust has now received official confirmation from the Office for National Statistics that an official figure obtained from the ONS and used in a January 2010 report was incorrect.
• 20/01/2010 • Professor Gwyn Bevan | Professor Nicholas Mays | Sheelah Connolly
This report undertakes a completely new comparison of NHS performance in the English regions and the devolved countries of the UK.