Diabetes UK -
This report explains how diabetes care can be improved to achieve better outcomes for people with diabetes. The challenge for commissioners and healthcare providers locally is to make the system work to support that.
Thomas Pocklington Trust -
This study found that the majority of people with sight loss are not lonely and highlights a need to investigate what protects them, both from feeling alone and from becoming socially isolated. It highlights the need for services working with people with sight loss to consider individual risk factors for loneliness and social isolation.
This report argues for a 5-10 year cross-sector strategy to be put in place in order to tackle the obesity crisis. Covering both education and regulation, the report grasps the extent of the obesity explosion and sets out the essential responses to halting progression and reversing the drastic effects of overweight on individual health, employment, social care and the wider economy.
The King's Fund -
This guide sets out some basic facts on the health of England's population, including the main drivers of health, how it varies and is expressed in inequalities, and relevant comparisons with other countries. We have updated this guide using new data and studies.
This report offers an independent assessment of the current quality of NHS health and social care services in England. It observes that while care quality has improved since a decade ago, the last year has seen progress in some areas slow down or begin to reverse.
Department of Health (DH) -
This document outlines the changes to the updated version of the Department of Health's digital strategy.