The NHS takes control: consequences for health policy in England

Steve Iliffe | Renewal 28/2

The public health response to the pandemic has been shaped by rapidly shifting strategies and many years of underfunding and austerity. But the NHS has stepped up to the task and taken control. Many of the changes in organisation and management style that have taken place as a result are likely to be difficult to reverse.

Steve Iliffe is Emeritus Professor of Primary Care for Older People at University College London, having been a general practitioner in inner London for thirty years.