This international report looks at attitudes towards health over a wide range of issues: patient experience and expectations, behavioural interventions, the importance of health literacy, the increasing reality of exporting healthcare, the opportunities and challenges of ageing populations – and how Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) tie many of these themes together.
We examine the state of health at both a national and global level, drawing together some of the research carried out by Ipsos colleagues in 30 countries and across five continents. We are also delighted to have exclusive interviews with Dr Flavia Bustreo, Assistant Director-General for Family, Women’s and Children’s Health at the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive of Public Health England (PHE), an executive agency of the UK’s Department of Health that focuses on health improvement.
Oncology: The Disease, The Dynamics & The Complexities (2018)
Cancer is one term that encompasses many different diseases. There is no one cause of cancer, nor is there a single treatment protocol. Incidence and prevalence rates differ globally, treatment is managed by numerous physician specialties and our ever-evolving understanding of the disease makes it challenging to remain current…