The term co-production refers to a way of working, whereby everybody works together on an equal basis to create a service or come to a decision which works for them all.
This report reviews the evidence on both the direct and indirect impacts of fuel poverty and cold homes on health; the inequalities in who this effects the most, and the relation between health inequalities and climate change. The report makes the case for prioritising reducing fuel poverty through policy suggestions at both the national and local level.
Talking about memory problems with a GP can be difficult, but it's important to make sure you get the right support. Our symptoms checklist can help you start the conversation, and remember everything you want to say during your appointment.
The Good Lives framework brings together people’s thoughts and ideas about what it will take for everyone with learning disabilities to be able to live their good life.
Iggy Patel is a voluntary independent health advocate. In his latest blog he shares his experiences of a personal budget and provides helpful tips for others.
Iggy Patel, a voluntary independent health advocate, reflects on social prescribing, the realities of what already exists within communities and how the NHS universal personalised plan feeds into this.
The NHS is struggling. It is on its knees and there is no more money (so we're told). Resources are not going to appear overnight; new doctors and nurses take time to train. Therefore, what