Public Policy Projects Insight

HealthNovember 24, 2021
UK’s positive response to Covid-19 can propel the life sciences industry
Opportunity, optimism and challenge – all key themes highlighted in IQVIA’s Annual Life Sciences Innovation Summit, where some of the industry’s leading life science experts called for the UK to become a life science “superpower.”
EconomicsNovember 2, 2021
How to turbo charge the UK's digital economy
While digitisation in the UK has been rapidly accelerated in response to Covid-19, the UK has some way to go before it can claim to have a truly 'digital economy'.
HealthOctober 18, 2021
Can the life sciences sector help "level up" the UK?
At Conservative Party Conference 2021, Public Policy Projects brought together stakeholders to discuss the increasingly important role of UK life sciences in the government's leveling up agenda.
HealthOctober 12, 2021
Improving cancer care for LGBTQ+ patients in the UK
While gender and sexual identities continue to be decriminalised and more understood across the world, the health sector is taking a while to catch up. Dr Alison Berner is leading a coalition of clinicians and charities committed to improving the care needs of LGBTQ+ patients with cancer.
HealthOctober 6, 2021
How Force of Nature are turning eco-anxiety into eco-action
Eleanor Murray, Policy Analyst at Public Policy Projects (PPP), and Sacha Wright, Research and Curriculum Coordinator at Force of Nature, discuss the relationship between environment and health, psychological responses to the climate crisis and solution-based interventions.
HealthOctober 5, 2021
"Level up" agenda undermined by public health cuts
New analysis from the Health Foundation has revealed that sustained public health cuts from the government run counter to its own agenda to “level up” the country.
HealthSeptember 28, 2021
Beyond the buzzwords: Accelerating digital in hospitals
With the government looking to progress health sector reform from multiple angles, the progression of digital healthcare within NHS hospitals becomes increasingly important.
HealthSeptember 24, 2021
Vaxi Taxi: the simple and innovative vaccination programme with equity at its core
Ensuring everyone has equal access to good healthcare is fundamental to reducing health inequalities. Dr Sharon Raymond, GP and director of Covid Crisis Rescue Foundation, is making accessibility easier through her Vaxi Taxi project, which helps those in London’s most vulnerable communities' access
HealthSeptember 17, 2021
Patient flow command centres: not just for Covid-19
Neil Griffiths, Managing Director of TeleTracking Europe, questions why, when a centralised command centre is capable of improving patient care in myriad ways, it should not be considered good practice on a daily basis beyond crisis management.

Integrated Care Journal

HealthNovember 29, 2021
Dr Claire Fuller to lead review on PCN development within ICSs
Dr Claire Fuller, Senior Responsible Officer of the Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System and ICJ Advisory Board Member, will lead a review on how primary care networks can be supported in integrated care systems.
HealthNovember 26, 2021
UK’s positive response to Covid-19 can propel the life sciences industry
Opportunity, optimism and challenge – all key themes highlighted in IQVIA’s Annual Life Sciences Innovation Summit, where some of the industry’s leading life science experts called for the UK to become a life science “superpower.”

PPP infrastructure insight

Op EdOctober 8, 2021
The problem isn’t protestors, it’s policymakers
Britain’s transport networks are not inefficient because of protestors – and silencing protestors is antithetical to building back better.  
GeneralSeptember 24, 2021
Construction sector must embrace digital innovation
In its latest report, the Construction Innovation Hub makes the case that the UK can only ‘build back better’ if the construction and built environment sectors continue to integrate digital innovation.
NewsSeptember 16, 2021
Taking the fast out of fashion this Sustainable Fashion Week
For most of the UK, impulse purchases, treat-yourself moments, and 80 per cent off sales have led to burgeoning wardrobes of the latest trends and those left in last season. Yet with the world’s first Sustainable Fashion Week, Shazia Saleem hopes to change this. 
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