Jack Watkins suggests that understanding of the foundational economy points towards reforms that can help improve social care.
Darren Hughes from the Welsh NHS Confederation argues broader reforms are needed to counter the pressures facing the NHS in Wales.
Dr Alison Tarrant argues that a re-think of adult social care shouldn’t solely focus on funding – it needs to look again at its fundamental purpose.
Adrian Roper calls for the Welsh Government to make good on campaign promises and provide a pay rise for care workers.
Dr Mair Hopkin explains why life expectancy and mental wellbeing is poorer in deprived communities and why having the same health services across Wales won’t address these issues.
Helen Mary Jones AM, Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Minister for Health and Social Care outlines Plaid Cymru’s plan to make social care free at the point of need to everyone in Wales.
New Health, Social Care and Childcare Qualifications are the right step towards making our care staff ready for the future
Tamsin Stirling considers how the concept of the foundational economy can add value to work already going on in the housing sector in Wales
Palliative care must become a shared priority argues Catrin Mair Edwards