People are spending more years in sickness than ever before. The number of deaths that could have been avoided with timely healthcare or public health interventions is much higher in the UK than...
New analysis on the impact of healthcare disruption, and how healthcare needs to change as the NHS turns 75
IPPR recruited a workforce assembly – across the NHS, social care, and unpaid care – to define a new vision for health and care work.
Healthy people, prosperous lives: The first interim report of the IPPR Commission on Health and Prosperity
How better health could provide an answer to some of the UK's most deep-rooted economic challenges.
Waiting for prosperity: Modelling the economic benefits of reducing elective waiting lists in the NHS
In this report we explore the most pressing bottlenecks in the elective treatment pathways.
Swimming against the tide: challenges faced by delivery partners in tackling health inequalities in Scotland
Scotland has the worst health inequalities in western and central Europe . The gap in healthy life expectancy between the most and least deprived areas in Scotland for men sits at around 23 years,...
The Covid-19 vaccination has again demonstrated the value of vaccines – to lives, livelihoods, and national prosperity.
In this report, we set out a framework to begin informing the policy response to improve population health, and limit harm caused by illness.
It’s time to revitalise our NHS. A report from IPPR and Future Health Research on rebuilding health services better than they were before the pandemic.
IPPR is launching the Commission on Health and Prosperity. This commission will explore our fundamental hypothesis: that a fairer country is a healthier one, and that a healthier country is a more prosperous one.