healthcare policy research Partnership The Health Policy Partnership. Developing credible resources to help inform policymakers about key health issues across the globe.
healthcare policy research The Health Policy Partnership. Developing credible resources to help inform policymakers about key health issues across the globe.

We transform the way people think about healthcare

We are a specialist health policy research organisation. Our work drives policy and system changes to help resolve the most complex issues facing health systems today.

Who we are

Research, people, action

Our work is structured around three core components:

  • Research: we provide rigorous health policy research and analysis, ensuring credibility of all our outputs
  • People: we work closely with different stakeholders and present a multi-partner perspective on key issues and solutions
  • Action: we focus on actions that deliver impact
What we offer
Healthcare Research Partnership The Health Policy Partnership. Developing credible resources to help inform policymakers about key health issues across the globe.

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Featured project

Dementia and sport

HPP partnered with Alzheimer’s Research UK to identify research priorities around the relationships between physical activity, brain injury and the risk of developing dementia.

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Who we are

We are experts in translating research into a case for change

We are health policy specialists with expertise in research, writing, editing and communications. We analyse the evidence and bring together all relevant stakeholders to build consensus on the key issues facing our health systems today – and we build this into a compelling narrative to improve policy for the benefit of patients.

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Recent publications

The need for a comprehensive and integrated approach to lung cancer policy in Europe

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European journal of cancer

The heart of society: why addressing cardiovascular disease is critical to achieving wider societal goals

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The heart of society: why addressing cardiovascular disease is critical to achieving wider societal goals