Tag Archives: Impact of Demographic Change on Public Services

Chief Medical Officer’s First Annual Report (Department of Health)

Summary The Chief Medical Officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies’s first annual epidemiology and surveillance report offers a comprehensive review of England’s public health. A major feature of this report (volume one) is the use of cartograms to emphasise geographical differences. … Continue reading

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Time to Think Differently Programme: Future Trends Analysis (King’s Fund)

Summary This section of the King’s Fund‘s “Time to Think Differently Programme” attempts to offer a comprehensive overview and analysis of the trends which are likely to influence how health and social care is delivered in the future.  The authors of these web pages aim to ensure … Continue reading

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Impact of Demographic Change on Public Services (International Longevity Centre)

Summary The International Longevity Centre (ILC) publication, entitled “The impact of demographic change on public services: submission by the International Longevity Centre – UK”, presents evidence for the House of Lords Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change. It tackles … Continue reading

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