The latest stories from The King's Fund

The King's Fund is an independent charitable organisation working to improve health and care in England. Our vision is that the best possible health and care is available to all.

Below you can find some of our latest stories, exploring what the health and care system can learn about Covid-19 recovery from disasters across the world, and examining the experiences of ethnic minority staff working in the NHS.

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An image showing the four key elements in recovery; mental health and wellbeing, ensuring communities don't get left behind, making collaboration work, and prioritising workforce wellbeing.

Covid-19 recovery and resilience: what can health and care learn from other disasters?

What do communities need to be able to recover from Covid-19 and build resilience? This long read identifies key insights from people involved in disaster recovery around the world.

An illustration depicting six members of NHS staff from ethnic minority backgrounds.

'A long way to go': ethnic minority NHS staff share their stories

What is it like to work in the NHS as an ethnic minority member of staff? We spoke to 12 people about their experiences.