Learning, Work, and Health: the next 70 years

The National Health Service was always intended as part of a coordinated package of measures linked to inequalities in housing, welfare, work, and learning. However, over the past seventy years, as demands on the NHS have grown, policies for health, learning, and the workplace have been largely uncoordinated.

This report looks to highlight the need for a coordinated approach of learning, work, and health services and explores the six big challenges that we need to overcome in the next 70 years.