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  1. Making it work: a guide to whole system commissioning for sexual health, reproductive
  2. The health and care professions (public health specialists and miscellaneous amendmen
  3. Mapping England's Health and Wellbeing Boards' vision for dying people
  4. Dementia and risk reduction: an analysis of protective and modifiable factors
  5. Annual review 2013-14: a year of putting patients first
  6. Public land, public good: getting maximum value from public land and property
  7. Euro diabetes index 2014
  8. Smart governance for health and well-being: the evidence
  9. Comparing lean and quality improvement
  10. Local action on health inequalities
  11. NHS healthcare providers: working with choice and competition
  12. Priorities for the next government
  13. Strategic commissioning of long-term care: can we get more for less?
  14. A UK without poverty
  15. Hear our voice: the change we want to see 2015-2020
  16. Investigating the future of self-supported management
  17. Due north: report of the Inquiry on Health Equity for the North
  18. How healthy are we? A high-level guide
  19. Cause for concern: QualityWatch annual statement 2014
  20. DH digital strategy update: 2014 to 2015
  21. Draft knowledge and skills statement for social workers in adult services: a consulta
  22. Consultation on amendments to the statutory scheme to control the prices of branded h
  23. Natural solutions for tackling health inequalities
  24. Provider handbooks for adult social care services
  25. Public engagement, not just about the public
  26. Financial failure in the NHS: what causes it and how best to manage it
  27. Monitor: organisation structure
  28. Everything you always wanted to know about European Union health policies but were af
  29. Never Events Policy Framework review - a consultation
  30. NHS hospitals under pressure: trends in acute activity up to 2022
  31. Patients united - heard and valued
  32. The state of medical education and practice in the UK 2014
  33. Loud and clear: making consumer voices heard
  34. Suffering in silence: listening to consumer experiences of the health and social care
  35. State of care 2013/14
  36. Government response to the House of Commons Health Committee report of session 2014-1
  37. The quality of mental health care cluster costing and activity data
  38. The quality of clinical coding in the NHS
  39. Think big, act now: creating a community of care
  40. NHS Ligitation Authority 2014 review - consultation
  41. Exploring the costs of unsafe care in the NHS
  42. Decisions of value
  43. Developing strategy: what every trust board member should know
  44. Person-centred care: from ideas to action
  45. Ideas into action: person-centred care in practice
  46. A systematic review of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of peer-based interve
  47. System leadership: lessons and learning from AQuA's Integrated Care Discovery Communi
  48. On the day briefing: Department of Health impact assessment and final regulations and
  49. Cancer: shifting gears
  50. Helping the police to support people with vulnerabilities
  51. Outsourcing the cuts:*pay and employment effects of contracting out
  52. Everybody active, every day: an evidence-based approach to physical activity
  53. From evidence into action: opportunities to protect and improve the nationís health
  54. Five year forward view
  55. Care Act 2014: factsheets
  56. Care and support statutory guidance
  57. Developing a new approach to palliative care funding: a first draft for discussion
  58. Strategy development: a toolkit for NHS providers
  59. National Values Based Recruitment framework
  60. Map of health-based places of safety
  61. Securing the future workforce supply: dental care professionals stocktake
  62. Mapping the core public health workforce
  63. Access to services: the Immigration Act 2014 and key equality impacts
  64. Autumn statement
  65. Intrapartum care: care of healthy women and their babies during childbirth
  66. Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme (SSNAP) reports
  67. Urgent and important: the future for urgent care in a 24/7 NHS
  68. Accident and emergency survey 2014
  69. Key to care: report of the Burstow Commission on the future of the home care workforc
  70. Working better together: community health and primary care
  71. Iím still me: a narrative for coordinated support for older people
  72. Overcoming obesity: an initial economic analysis
  73. Mental health for sustainable development
  74. Ethnicity, health and the private rented sector
  75. Going home alone: counting the cost to older people and the NHS
  76. The bigger picture: understanding disability and care in Englandís older population
  77. Supporting influence on health and wellbeing boards: survey
  78. Explaining variation in emergency admissions: a mixed-methods study of emergency and
  79. Variation in compulsory psychiatric inpatient admission in England: a cross-sectional
  80. Staff satisfaction and organisational performance: evidence from a longitudinal secon
  81. Pharmacists and general practice: a practical and timely part of solving the primary
  82. Safer Clinical Systems: evaluation findings
  83. NHS public health functions agreement 2015-16
  84. The NHS outcomes framework 2015/16
  85. The mandate: a mandate from the Government to NHS England - April 2015 to March 2016
  86. Selecting for excellence - final report
  87. Improving outcomes: a strategy for cancer - fourth annual report
  88. Doing, supporting and using public health research: the Public Health England (PHE) s
  89. Transfer of 0-5 childrenís public health commissioning to local authorities: baseline
  90. Estimating the economic costs of antimicrobial resistance: model and results
  91. Leadership vacancies in the NHS: what can be done about them?
  92. Care.data inquiry
  93. Transforming local public services: using technology and digital tools and approaches
  94. Public Health Englandís grant to local authorities
  95. Investing in people: draft workforce plan for England
  96. Women and medical leadership infographics
  97. Consultation on updates to the risk assessment framework
  98. NHS foundation trust annual reporting manual 2014 to 2015
  99. Better Care Fund: how it will work in 2015 to 2016
  100. RCN London safe staffing report 2014
  101. Explaining variation in emergency admissions: a mixed-methods study of emergency and
  102. Hypothecated taxation and the NHS
  103. Making local health economies work better for patients
  104. Who's who in health and social care guides 2014
  105. Professional guidance on the structure and content of ambulance records
  106. Choice in mental health care
  107. Developing a new approach to palliative care: a revised draft for discussion
  108. Managing conflicts of interest: statutory guidance for CCGs
  109. The Forward View into action: planning for 2015/16
  110. Evolving expectations of GP services
  111. Guidance for 2015 to 2016 education and training tariffs consultation
  112. Inclusive integration: how whole person care can work for adults with disabilities
  113. Response to the consultation*on funding formulae for*implementation of the Care*Act i
  114. CCG funding allocations 2014/15 and 2015/16
  115. Public health grants to local authorities from 2013 to 2016
  116. Sections 135 and 136 of the Mental Health Act 1983: literature review
  117. CLeaR local tobacco control assessment
  118. Model specification for*child and adolescent*mental health services:*targeted and spe
  119. Funding healthcare: making allocations to local areas report published
  120. Evidence for the NHS Pay Review Body
  121. Reducing Care Utilisation through Self-management Interventions (RECURSIVE): a system
  122. A rapid synthesis of the evidence on interventions supporting self-management for peo
  123. Health at a glance: Europe 2014
  124. The rich picture: people with cancer
  125. Mental health treatment requirement: a guide to integrated delivery
  126. The first year: the Independent Information Governance Oversight Panelís report to th
  127. Commissioning better community services for NHS patients
  128. Fit for the Future case studies
  129. Quarterly monitoring report: issue 14
  130. Value based assessment of drugs
  131. Better training better care evaluation reports
  132. Complaints and raising concerns
  133. Collaborative tuberculosis strategy for England: 2015 to 2020
  134. Developing MSK networks
  135. Voluntary sector investment programme innovation, excellence and strategic developmen
  136. Tackling the causes and effects of obesity
  137. Global status report on noncommunicable diseases 2014
  138. Information: to share or not to share
  139. Open standards implementation: publishing, creating and storing documents in open sta
  140. The invisible patients: revealing the state of neurology services
  141. Review of health and care powers of entry
  142. Financial sustainability of NHS bodies
  143. How effective are interventions at reducing socioeconomic inequalities in obesity amo
  144. Language controls for nurses, midwives, dentists, dental care professionals, pharmaci
  145. Redesigning health and social care: challenges and opportunities from an IT and digit
  146. Quality accounts: guidance for NHS trusts on arrangements for external assurance 2014
  147. Secondary analysis and literature review of community rehabilitation and intermediate
  148. Focus on: hospital admissions from care homes
  149. Regulation of health care professionals and regulation of social care professionals i
  150. Midwifery regulation in the United Kingdom
  151. International profiles of health care systems 2014
  152. Standards for medical education and training - consultation on draft standards
  153. Labour's 10-year plan for health and care
  154. The code: professional standards of practice and behaviour for nurses and midwives
  155. Transforming care for people with learning disabilities - next steps
  156. Winterbourne view: transforming care two years on
  157. Is 'special measures' working?
  158. Expert patients
  159. A guide to community-centred approaches for health and wellbeing
  160. A consultation on updating the NHS Constitution
  161. MyNHS: greater transparency for better health and care - MyNHS planning 2015-2017
  162. A new journey to health: health seeking behaviour across the generations
  163. Improving patient safety and openness: the role of the NHS Litigation Authority in in
  164. Culture change in the NHS: applying the lessons of the Francis Inquiries
  165. The false or misleading information offence: guidance for providers
  166. Reference costs guidance 2014-15
  167. Approved costing guidance
  168. An independent review into creating an open and honest reporting culture in the NHS
  169. The future is now
  170. Preventing and addressing intimate partner violence against migrant and ethnic minori
  171. Helping the NHS help itself
  172. Agenda for Change pay charts and frequently asked questions
  173. Interactive reports to investigate factors that affect progression of doctors in trai
  174. Revised annual planning timetable 2015/16
  175. Getting it right first time
  176. Building primary care in a changing Europe
  177. Review of decision-making in the GMCís Fitness to Practise procedures
  178. Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman - labyrinth of bureaucracy
  179. Practical guides to engaging with CCGs and health and wellbeing boards
  180. End of life care: fifth report of session 2014-15
  181. Make complaints count
  182. Health visitor and 0-5 transfer programme: case studies
  183. Work and wellbeing in the NHS: why staff health matters to patient care
  184. Access to hospital care: is the NHS on target?
  185. CCG board members: links to private healthcare
  186. The cost of the cuts: the impact on local government and poorer communities
  187. Health innovation manifesto: capitalising on science and technology to build a more a
  188. 2013/14 patient level cost collection (PLICS): review and lessons for the future
  189. Integrated care licence condition: guidance for providers of NHS-funded services
  190. The code: professional standards of practice and behaviour for nurses and midwives
  191. Evaluation: what to consider
  192. Using communications approaches to spread improvement
  193. The route to employment: the role of mental health recovery colleges
  194. Annual survey of local compacts 2014
  195. Building the NHS of the Five Year Forward View: NHS England business plan 2015/16
  196. Evolution, revolution or confusion? Competition and privatisation in the NHS
  197. Government response to the House of Commons Health Select Committee fourth report of
  198. Female genital mutilation risk and safeguarding: guidance for professionals
  199. Commissioning services to support women and girls with female genital mutilation
  200. Partnering to improve quality and safety: a framework for working with patient and fa
  201. Productivity of the English NHS: 2012/13/update
  202. Regulation 5: Fit and proper persons: directors - information for NHS bodies
  203. Draft for consultation - commissioning guide: glaucoma
  204. Training our NHS health workers: should the UK train more of its staff?
  205. Healthy savings?
  206. Whitehall monitor: deep impact? How government departments measured their impact, 201
  207. The dynamics of quality: a national panel study of evidence-based standards
  208. NHS commissioning practice and health system governance: a mixed-methods realistic ev
  209. Insights from the clinical assurance of service reconfiguration in the NHS: the drive
  210. Primary care co-commissioning: a survey of membersí views of their CCG and its role i
  211. What are we afraid of? Universal healthcare in market-oriented health systems
  212. Our approach to regulating: health and social care in prisons and young offender inst
  213. Government response to the House of Commons Health Select Committee fourth report of
  214. A guide to economic assessment in nursing
  215. A national study of practice patterns in UK renal units in the use of dialysis and co
  216. Health: how will the NHS fare in a cold climate?
  217. Can our homes pay for the care we need in older age? Asset wealth and an ageing popul
  218. NHS Continuing Healthcare: refreshed redress guidance
  219. Hidden citizens: how can we identify the most lonely older adults?
  220. The future of general practice 2015
  221. Form follows function: governance challenges for providers in light of the Dalton rev
  222. Equity in the provision of palliative care in the UK: review of evidence
  223. A toolkit to support NHS commissioners to reduce poor experience of in-patient care
  224. What are we afraid of? Universal healthcare in market-orientated health systems
  225. Making the case for integrated, impartial information and advice about housing and ca
  226. Using clinical practice variations as a method for commissioners and clinicians to id
  227. One hundred days for early action: time for government to put prevention first
  228. Manifesto 2015
  229. Believe in Britain: UKIP manifesto 2015
  230. Joint review of investment in voluntary, community and social enterprise organisation
  231. For the common good: general election manifesto 2015
  232. The Conservative Party manifesto 2015
  233. A better plan for the NHS, health and care
  234. Frontline first: the fragile frontline
  235. The red, the blue, the NHS and you
  236. Facing the future: together for child health 2015
  237. Insights from the clinical assurance of service reconfiguration in the NHS: the drive
  238. Do higher primary care practice performance scores predict lower rates of emergency a
  239. Economic cost of the health impact of air pollution in Europe: clean air, health and
  240. Head, hands and heart: asset-based approaches in health care
  241. Emerging practice in outcome-based commissioning for social care
  242. Health in the 2015 general election: an analysis of party manifestos
  243. Quarterly monitoring report: issue 15
  244. Duty of candour: guidance for surgeons and employers
  245. Uses and abuses of performance data in healthcare
  246. Conquering the twin peaks: London's health and wellbeing boards
  247. Voluntary sector annual survey: findings from the health and care voluntary sector st
  248. When one door closes...: research into the closure and commissioning of care homes th
  249. The contracting NHS: can the NHS handle the outsourcing of clinical services?
  250. Hospital finances and productivity: in a critical condition?