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ScienceJune 16, 2021
Part One: Leading innovation and collaboration
Webinar report Part One - Unleashing the potential of global Britain for life sciences: Leading innovation, access and uptake.
Health PolicyMay 4, 2021
Unleashing the potential of global Britain for life sciences: Part Three
Part Three: Before we are patients, we are people. IQVIA and Public Policy Projects convened a virtual summit of experts to discuss developments in genomics and precision medicine in the context of unleashing the potential of global Britain for life sciences
HealthMay 4, 2021
Unleashing the potential of global Britain for life sciences: Part Two
Part Two: Driving change through NHS infrastructure. IQVIA and Public Policy Projects convened a virtual summit of experts to discuss developments in genomics and precision medicine in the context of unleashing the potential of global Britain for life sciences
HealthApril 28, 2021
Climate change is aggravating the spread of infectious diseases
ICJ Editor Francesco Tamilia spoke with several infectious diseases experts to understand how climate change impacts the transmission of infectious diseases and what can be done to minimise and mitigate their impact on people’s health.
HealthApril 21, 2021
Time to fix the global genomics inequity gap
Without honestly identifying, recognising, and rectifying the structural barriers to global genomic collaboration, equity across the field of genomics will never be achieved.

Integrated Care Journal

HealthJune 10, 2021
Using genomics to challenge disparities in 21st century healthcare
Professor Julian Barwell, professor in genomic medicine, discusses some of the challenges in addressing cultural barriers to change within the NHS as well as inequity of access to research; both of which can hinder improvements in healthcare outcomes for certain patient groups.
Health ProfessionsJune 3, 2021
We must rejuvenate the health and care estate
Stephen Hammond MP, Deputy Chair of PPP’s Infrastructure Policy Board, announces the Health and Care Estates Series.
AcuteJune 2, 2021
Here's why the climate crisis is a health crisis
"Though the result of multiple forces, climate change is both a risk multiplier and a root cause of various health crises from eco-anxiety to respiratory conditions caused by air pollution and nutritional soil depletion, to an increased risk of infectious diseases," Eleanor Murray writes for ICJ

World Healthcare Journal

Health PolicyJune 18, 2021
Make this the last pandemic? Easier said than done...
As Ben Howlett, Managing Director of Public Policy Projects writes, future pandemics are inevitable if governments continue to pursue nationalistic prevention policies.
HealthJune 16, 2021
Genome Canada and the future of pandemic preparedness
Genome Canada’s CEO, Rob Annan, and Head of Communications, Nicola Katz discuss the lessons learned in Canada over the pandemic and the future of pandemic preparedness.
HealthJune 15, 2021
Pandemic preparedness and vaccine development take centre stage at G7
The 2021 G7 summit, three days of meetings between leaders of the world’s richest democracies, wrapped up on 13 June. With pandemic preparedness and vaccine development playing central priorities in policy discussions.
HealthJune 3, 2021
The time has come for total healthcare infrastructure delivery
Professor Mike Kagioglou, Dean of Engineering at Western Sydney University in Australia, reflects upon why Covid-19 might enable the transition to major reforms of healthcare infrastructure.

Primary Care Journal

HealthMay 20, 2021
“The sector needs to be heard”: New network created for GP federations
In establishing a Primary Care Federation Network that unites primary care federations across the country, the NHS Confederation has continued to broaden its membership while emphasising “the benefits of system working and collaboration.”
Community healthMay 10, 2021
Population health management: the time is now
While the adoption of population health management is still in its infancy, and there is a need for more evidence and better exchange mechanisms to share it, can localities really afford not to try?
HealthMay 6, 2021
Seeing the gap: health inequalities in ophthalmology
Increased screen usage throughout the pandemic has not been kind to our eyes. More than one in three people in the UK have reported deteriorating eyesight over the past year due to more time spent indoors and extra screen time, according to an online poll conducted by YouGov for Fight for Sight.
Health PolicyApril 14, 2021
Making the most of global collaboration post pandemic
One of the most important ways the UK can assist in a global recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic is, firstly, to improve its domestic response by freeing up capacity and the supply of vaccines. Professor James Kingsland reflects on what the UK can do to support the world emerging from the pandemic.
Community healthMarch 22, 2021
Report confirms "the urgent need to level-up access to NHS dentistry"
The Association of Dental Groups (ADG) has welcomed the publication of Public Health England’s report on “Oral health inequalities in England”. The report reveals stark variations between regions in oral health and highlights a clear “north/south” divide.

World Infrastructure Journal

NewsJune 18, 2021
UKIB: The ant bank?
The creation of the UK Infrastructure Bank is good, but it’s too small to do its job
NewsJune 14, 2021
MPs caution government’s planning reform
The Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee has called on the government to re-think its planning reform after finding it was ‘unpersuaded’ by the new approach.
NewsMay 20, 2021
The Williams-Shapps Review: A new era for UK rail?
The long-awaited Williams-Shapps Rail Review outlines plans to reform Britain's railways and usher in a new era of passenger convenience.
NewsMay 17, 2021
Pixie: Putting the pounds in personal  
In a time of growing one-click consumerism, Greg Barden, Founder and CEO of Pixie hopes to put our pounds back into the personal by making independent businesses the heart of our communities.  

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