Ipsos MORI is one of the leading political, social and business research companies in the UK and Ireland. We produce many reports and thought pieces which review our research and thinking across a broad range of topics.
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Making Public Health Everybody’s Business
30 September 2013
This short slidepack sets out a selection of Ipsos MORI’s public health research, focusing on areas of public health we expect those working at the local authority level will find particularly useful.
Research into drinking attitudes and behaviour
24 September 2013
This report offers a unique insight into the drinking attitudes and behaviour of Drinkaware’s three main target audiences: Young Adults aged 18-24; Adults aged 25-44; and Young people aged 11-17 and their parents.
Disabled People and financial wellbeing
5 August 2013
Set against a context of cuts in public expenditure as well as an extensive programme of welfare reform, Ipsos MORI, on behalf of Scope, conducted an extensive research study exploring the issues of financial inclusion for disabled people.
Wellcome Trust Monitor Wave 2
25 June 2013
Only half of adults say they have heard of the term ‘human genome’ according to recent research by Ipsos MORI.
How should we pay for health care in future?
16 April 2013
An informed public debate is needed about both the level of future spending on health and social care, and how that spending might be funded. With this in mind, The King’s Fund, in collaboration with Ipsos MORI, held two deliberative events with members of the general public.
Public attitudes towards health and social care ratings
22 March 2013
The Nuffield Trust commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct a piece of qualitative research to explore public attitudes towards ratings in health and social care to feed into the “Ratings Review” they have conducted on behalf of the Department of Health.
The Service Improvement Self Assessment Tool
14 November 2012
This document by Ipsos MORI provides the current draft definitions for the self assessment tool developed to help trusts use patient experience feedback to promote improvements in their services.