Ethnic Variations in General Health and Unpaid Care Provision, 2011
This short story examines the inequality in general heath and in the provision of unpaid care between ethnic groups in England and Wales in 2011, taking account of the impact of providing unpaid care on general health, and whether this impacts more markedly in some ethnic groups compared with others. Analysis is at both national and regional level. This story is also accompanied by an infographic.
National Bereavement Survey (VOICES), 2012
This Statistical Bulletin reports the main results of the second national survey of bereaved people in England, 2012. The aim of the survey was to assess experiences of care in the last three months of life for adults who had died between 1st January 2012 and 30th April 2012. Full results with confidence intervals are available in the accompanying reference tables.
Measuring National Well-being - Health, 2013
Information on the selected domains and indicators that measure National Well-being. Articles draw together social and economic data from a wide range of government departments and other organisations
National Bereavement Survey (VOICES) by PCT Cluster, 2011
This Statistical Bulletin presents results by Primary Care Trust (PCT) Clusters from the first national survey of bereaved people in England, 2011. The aim of the survey was to assess experiences of care in the last three months of life for adults who died in England between November 2010 and June 2011, and to allow comparison of care in different settings, for different conditions and in different geographies. Benchmarking charts and results (with confidence intervals) are available in accompanying reference tables.
Measuring National Well-being, Health, 2012
Latest article in a series which aims to explore in more detail the different aspects that have been considered as important for the measurement of National Well-being.
National Bereavement Survey (VOICES), 2011
The National Bereavement Survey (VOICES) aims to assess the quality of care delivered in the last three months of life for adults who died in England and to assess variations in the quality of care delivered in different parts of the country and to different groups of patients. It is conducted by the Office for National Statistics on behalf of the Department of Health.