Who cares? The implications of informal care and work for policymakers and employers

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Men’s mental health and work: the case for a gendered approach to policy

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Solving the Employee Engagement Puzzle in the NHS: Making a Better Case for Action

In the wake of the NHS anniversary celebrations, a think-tank has found that an...

Society’s headache: the socioeconomic impact of migraine

Migraine is a common and disabling primary headache disorder. It is the third...

Working with HIV

A once devastating disease, HIV is now seen as a manageable long-term condition....

More than “women’s issues”

This paper, the first in a new series, focuses on four areas of women’s...

Gender, sex, health and work

This background paper discusses a new series of papers which will explore health...

Addressing the health obstacles to employability

The Bridging the Gap programme is a Department of Health ‘Innovation,...

MS and work: A guide for health care professionals

Developed by the Work Foundation and EMSP, this is a guide for neurologists and...

Submission to the ‘Improving Lives’ consultation: from the Work Foundation Employer Group

A Work Foundation submission to the Government's Disability, Health and Work...