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The King's Fund -
This report assesses how the Marmot curve has changed over time and what that tells us about the success or otherwise of government policy on inequalities in health over the period 1999–2003 to 2006–10. This study brings together, for the first time at a small area level, data on a wide array of variables for 6,700 areas of England on wider determinants, lifestyles, demographics and public service variables widely thought to be significant in determining health and health inequalities.
Department of Health (DH) -
This publication explores the decrease in 'risky' behaviours in children and young people, possible causes and what new risks could emerge. The accompanying data pack sets out how a range of risk behaviours and negative outcomes have changed over time for children and young people.
NHS England -
These two consultations aim to inform the debate on the future of voluntary sector involvement in the NHS. The first consultation seeks feedback from respondents from the voluntary and health and social care sectors the current state of partnership working, and how closer collaboration could be fostered. The second seeks views on the role and effectiveness of the government’s current ‘voluntary sector investment partnership’ suite of grants. Both consultations end on 6 November 2015.