The director of staff experience & engagement at NHS England reflects on how the pandemic and the NHS People Plan have made staff wellbeing a key priority.
Bridging the gap between demand and supply means navigating the natural tensions that arise from the constant push and pull between the two. Demand is never linear and presents itself in informal and formal ways and being able to tease out key themes, trends and patterns from the general policy landscape is a specialised skill.
Officials, experts in basic income, academics and those who work with care experienced young people, met in Cardiff to discuss the trial and under what circumstances it might be considered a success.
Over the past year, Ireland’s National Economic and Social Council (NESC) has analysed the pandemic to extract lessons for public policy.
Ghana’s response was lauded as exemplary in the early days of the COVID-19 outbreak. However the country did not develop a clearly documented strategic plan of its own.
Virologist Feng Gao is head of the Institute of Molecular and Medical Virology at Jinan University in southern China’s Guangzhou, and an emeritus professor at Duke University in Durham in the United States. Gao...
This is a summary of the findings of a rapid evidence review and economic analysis commissioned by The International Public Policy Observatory (IPPO) to advise policymakers on how to improve NHS staff wellbeing.
The Scottish Government is committed to commencing work in the current Parliament to provide a Minimum Income Guarantee (MIG) for all, incorporating the idea of basic services, such as childcare or the NHS.
What is clear in looking to the months and years ahead budgets will be exceptionally tight and many will fall in real terms.
Embracing the science rather than just following it: science, government and politics in the pandemic and beyond
Geoff Mulgan describes how we need to better manage the ‘scientisation’ of politics and the politicisation of science in the future.