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Analysis of hospital demand and funding; how Brexit will impact on workforce; and NHS winter pressures

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How hospital activity and funding in England have changed over time

This new analysis finds that the number of admissions to hospital are rising steeply and are outstripping increases in the NHS budget. It highlights the potential for rising hospital admissions to jeopardise the plans set out in the NHS five year forward view, which is based on an assumption that growth in hospital activity would be reduced to 1.3 per cent a year rather than the current rate of a 3.6 per cent increase per year. The paper argues that finding ways of moderating demand for hospital care should be prioritised and that the best hope for this lies in strengthening community services.

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What if we eradicated obesity? Looking back from 2050

The NHS if... is a collection of essays published by The King’s Fund that explores hypothetical scenarios and their impact on the future of health and care. This essay explores a future in which obesity has been eradicated and the way in which it was tackled by national and local government as well as industry.

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Nuffield Trust

Nuffield winter insight: winter bed pressures

This briefing is the first in a series looking closely at some of the big issues behind pressure on the NHS in winter months. This briefing focuses on the findings of a new analysis of bed occupancy levels from NHS England situation reports for last winter.

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Institute for Employment Studies (IES)

Beyond Brexit: assessing key risks to the nursing workforce in England

This paper analyses data at national and trust level to map the regions and NHS trusts in England who may be most vulnerable to the associated risks of Brexit and population growth. The analysis forecasts that areas with a high projected rate of population growth of over-85s and above average employment of nurses from the European Economic Area are most at risk of facing greater pressures in those health economies. 

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House of Commons Health Select Committee

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