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Economist/Ipsos MORI February 2012 Issues Index 21 February 2012 Though unemployment appears to be breaking away from the chasing pack as an issue of public concern, it still has some way to go before it reaches the same level as the economy, mentioned by around two thirds (64%) of the public, also an increase (of three percentage points) since January. Economist/Ipsos MORI February 2012 Issues Index
NHS SDU Sustainability Survey 1 February 2012 Most people in England show some support for sustainability in the NHS, with nine in ten (92%) considering it either fairly or very important that the NHS works in a more sustainable way according to an Ipsos MORI survey for the NHS Sustainable Development Unit . NHS SDU Sustainability Survey
A quarter of GPs surveyed think their consortium will be ready to take on full commissioning responsibility by April 2013 11 August 2011 A snapshot of GPs in England shows that while many are involved in commissioning decisions to some extent, only a quarter think that their consortium will be ready to take on full commissioning responsibility by April 2013 A quarter of GPs surveyed think their consortium will be ready to take on full commissioning responsibility by April 2013
Economist/Ipsos MORI Issues Index July 2011 15 July 2011 Concern about Britain’s ageing population - including social care and pensions - increases this month, although still far behind other domestic issues Economist/Ipsos MORI Issues Index July 2011
Reuters/Ipsos MORI June Political Monitor 22 June 2011 The public is split on public sector strikes although most think trade unions are essential to protect workers’ rights. Trade unions are seen as more powerful than in the 1990s, although a long way from the 1970s. Reuters/Ipsos MORI June Political Monitor
Public support for research in the NHS 9 June 2011 Ipsos MORI research for the AMRC has found that 97% of the public believe it is important the NHS should support research into new treatments. Public support for research in the NHS
Economist/Ipsos MORI Issues Index - May 2011 19 May 2011 In a month in which the spotlight has been fixed on the reform of the health service, the Economist/Ipsos MORI Issues Index shows that a quarter of the public (26%) think that the NHS is one of the most important issues facing Britain. This is an increase of six percentage points since April, and the highest level of concern since January 2008. Economist/Ipsos MORI Issues Index - May 2011
British Medical Association (BMA) Membership Survey 3 March 2011 The vast majority of doctors are not convinced that the potential benefits of the government's plans for the NHS in England outweigh the risks, an Ipsos MORI survey for the BMA suggests. British Medical Association (BMA) Membership Survey
Government Delivery Index - Improving Public Services — NHS 18 November 2009 Q Thinking about the NHS over the next few years do you expect it to ...? Government Delivery Index - Improving Public Services — NHS
Opinion of Professions — Index to Trend Data 5 October 2009 The following questions relate to trust and satisfaction in professions, particularly doctors. Most of these surveys were sponsored by the British Medical Association. Opinion of Professions — Index to Trend Data
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