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Reducing cigarette consumption in the UK is a public health priority.
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The unique challenges of the pandemic have created new public-private health partnerships.
How the health service survived the first wave of Covid-19 by ignoring Andrew Lansley’s Health and Social Care Act.
The disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on ethnic minorities has been predictable, but not inevitable.
Even before the pandemic, the rate of personnel quitting the health service due to stress had tripled in a seven-year period.
Jeanelle de Gruchy, president of the Association of Directors of Public Health, on how tackling inequality is key to the pandemic response.
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This article has been initiated and funded by Pfizer UK.
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Widening access to the internet will be key to addressing healthcare inequality.
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For many of the challenges escalated by Covid-19, technology could offer the solutions.
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What are the imperatives for the future of healthcare?