What should be in the election manifestos on health and social care?

David Rowland | November 8, 2019 | Blog


What should be in the election manifestos on health and social care?

In the run up to the December 2019 election ─ held at a time when the NHS and social care are typically under strain ─ CHPI Director David Rowland outlines a number of key policies that the party manifestos should include if the various crises in the sector are to be addressed by the next government.

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David Rowland

David Rowland is CHPI's Director. He joined the organisation in 2019 after over a decade of working in senior policy positions within the healthcare regulatory sector.

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