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 [Extract from this week’s guest blog]Jon is Chief Economist at Pro Bono EconomicsIt’s not always easy to put a pounds and pence figure on everything a charity does nor does it always feel like the morally ’right thing’ to do. But, measuring wellbeing effects gives an increasingly valuable alternative route for…

Since the technology revolution and the rise of the internet, we are constantly surrounded by data, and companies harvesting and storing that data, supposedly for our benefit. In the world of scientific and medical research, big data is often touted…

Communications   The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee has written to the Minister of State for Care to urge the Government to act now to implement the most urgent recommendations in the Committee’s July 2019 report, Social care funding: time…

Architect Ed Baker on the government ‘building back to health’ Inbox x Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to “build our way back to health”, promising a ‘levelling up’ of hospitals: but will the UK government build it right? British urban…

Responding to NHS Providers’ Recovery Position report and the Royal College of Physicians’ survey revealing services will take over a year to return to full capacity, Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents organisations across the healthcare…

The end-to-end solution will enable screening in mass and on demand to support the re-opening of global economies. Group 42 (G42), a leading AI and Cloud Computing company based in the United Arab Emirates, and Oxford Nanopore Technologies, an advanced…

This week’s guest blog is from Brendan Burchell, a Reader in the Social Sciences at the University of Cambridge.As social scientists have found repeatedly, in different countries and different demographic groups, the loss of the wage only explains a small fraction of…

View this email in your browser Responding to the health unions’ blueprint for the safe opening up of the NHS, Danny Mortimer, chief executive of NHS Employers, which is part of the NHS Confederation, said: “The last two months have…

Responding to the latest Downing Street press conference, Dr Layla McCay, director at the NHS Confederation, which represents organisations across the healthcare sector, said: “While the temptation is understandable, we should listen to the experts and resist the urge to…

This is now the 8th weekly Blog published by the Socialist Health Association (SHA) commenting on how the Coronavirus pandemic is progressing both locally and globally. The lens we use is a socialist worldview where we aspire to One World and Planetary…

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