Can we trust our experts? After months of lockdown, there is rising scepticism about them and their models. Professor Terry Young analyses of the role of experts in the pandemic so far and assesses what needs to change.
The Rt Hon The Lord Mayor of The City of London, Alderman William Russell, HM Marshal of The Diplomatic Corps, Alistair Harrison CMG CVO and UN Under-Secretary-General, Inger Andersen open the first of a global event series for the diplomatic community: The World Economic Series
What next for social care is one of the biggest questions the UK faces today. Dan Male, Editor of Integrated Care Journal, assesses the key challenges in the social care sector and asks what the future might hold.
Covid-19 is changing the landscape of UK clinical research, but will these reforms last beyond the pandemic?
The Government has now launched its test and trace programme which Prime Minister Boris Johnson previously described would be “world-beating”. The launch has not been without its teething problems. What impact will this system have?
The folks at NHS Digital have been exceptionally busy over the past 10 weeks. While advancements in digital health have progressed at an unprecedented rate, good innovations must be kept long after the Covid pandemic has finally been managed.
Covid-19 has shifted the dial of discussion surrounding integrated care. Following years of gradual change in the health and care policy landscape, the coronavirus crisis has provided the biggest impetus so far for providers to foster a new model of working.