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Commentary 13 October 2023
How might anti-smoking policies affect the rise in vaping? 
Greg Notman and Amy Lloyd look at the differing measures governments around the world are taking to tackle vaping.
Commentary 12 August 2023
Complex partnership arrangements are a barrier to effective support for children and families
It has long been recognised that for the most vulnerable children, the services that offer support must be provided in a coordinated and ‘joined-up’ way.
Commentary 16 June 2023
It’s time to talk about loneliness inequalities
In this blog, Josh Coles-Riley explains why the Wales Centre for Public Policy has commissioned a major new review of research on loneliness inequalities – and...
Commentary 25 October 2022
National Milestones – Using evidence and expertise to tell a ‘status story’
The ‘second wave’ of Welsh Government consultation on its National Milestones ended last month.  The Milestones relate to a set of National Indicators, articulated under...
Commentary 20 October 2022
Waiting for care
Waiting for care arises from the mismatch between the need for care, and the capacity of NHS services to meet those needs and can lead...
Commentary 12 October 2022
What does the Welsh health and social care system look like?
Our previous blog, Is healthcare in Wales really that different?, sets out some of the key features of the Welsh health and social care system,...
Commentary 12 October 2022
Are the Welsh Government’s plans for the Welsh NHS Executive a missed opportunity?
With so much of the focus on the NHS being given to waiting times, it was easy to miss the Welsh Government’s update on...
Commentary 11 October 2022
Social care workforce crisis in Wales: what is causing it and what is being done to fix it?
The consistent message in recent submissions to the Senedd enquiry on the Health and Social Care workforce strategy was that the social care workforce is...