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Alex Fox at Summit 2019: Shared Lives Plus and how it's changing social care

Video 28/02/2019

Alex Fox discusses Shared Lives Plus, a UK network for family-based and small-scale ways of supporting adults. Presentation given at Nuffield Trust 2019 Health Policy Summit, 28 February 2019.

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Natasha Curry at Summit 2019: What can England learn from the long-term care systems in Japan and Germany?

Video 28/02/2019

Natasha Curry (Deputy Director of Policy, Nuffield Trust), discusses Japan and Germany's social care systems in the context of the upcoming green paper looking to reform the English system. Presentat…

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Sir Andrew Dilnot at Summit 2019: The changing welfare state

Video 28/02/2019

Sir Andrew  Dilnot (Warden at Nuffield College Oxford) gives the opening keynote presentation at the Nuffield Trust 2019 Health Policy Summit, 28 February 2019.

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Taking the road less travelled

Blog post 28/02/2019Andy McKeon

With this year's Summit bringing a fresh perspective on the biggest issues facing health and social care, Andy McKeon reveals more about what we can look forward to.

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2019 Health Policy Summit

Spotlight 27/02/2019

The Nuffield Trust's 2019 Summit brought together leaders and experts to rethink the biggest issues in health and social care: from the workforce challenge, to implementing local innovations and the health outcomes of this country's young people.

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Budget 2018: What it means for health and social care

Explainer 09/11/2018

Following the NHS financial settlement this summer, all eyes moved to the Budget to find out what the new money means in the context of other health spending and the overall government finances. As the dust settles, we've joined forces with the Health Foundation and The King's Fund to break it all d...

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Nuffield Trust response on EEA workers report

Press release 05/11/2018

Social care could face a gap of up to 70,000 workers by 2025.

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