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Drinkaware says unit guidelines just aren’t working 4 April 2014 New research, conducted by Ipsos MORI for alcohol education charity Drinkaware, suggests that just over two thirds of 25-65 year olds don’t recognise how many units they can drink if they want to stay inside the lower risk guidelines. Drinkaware says unit guidelines just aren’t working
Antibiotics: a cure for the common cold? 20 November 2013 An Ipsos MORI poll commissioned by the Royal Society of Chemistry has shown that 74% of the public believe that a major research and development effort is needed to create new antibiotics for fighting infectious disease. Antibiotics: a cure for the common cold?
Global Diffusion of Healthcare Innovation – New Research 11 December 2013 New Ipsos MORI research, conducted on behalf of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, examines the factors that have fostered the adoption of healthcare innovation in eight countries: Australia, Brazil, England, India, Qatar, South Africa, Spain and the US. Global Diffusion of Healthcare Innovation – New Research
Attitudes to healthcare services in the UK 29 November 2013 The balance of opinion in the UK has hardened against private providers running healthcare services, says a new Ipsos MORI poll for King’s College London. Attitudes to healthcare services in the UK
What price the NHS? 16 October 2013 Ipsos MORI and the Foundation Trust Network explore public attitudes towards funding within the NHS. Do the public accept the need for change and how do they react to ideas for service changes? What price the NHS?
Conservatives open up gap over Labour on managing the economy 21 September 2013 The Conservatives hold an 18 point lead over Labour on managing the economy, according to the latest Ipsos MORI research, having been neck-and-neck in March. This follows six months of rising economic optimism Conservatives open up gap over Labour on managing the economy
Human Tissue Authority Public and Professional Stakeholder Evaluation 2013 26 November 2013 Public confidence and advocacy in the Human Tissue Authority (HTA) has increased, and public confidence in donation is boosted by regulation according to an Ipsos MORI survey. Human Tissue Authority Public and Professional Stakeholder Evaluation 2013
Priorities for the NHS 23 April 2013 Ipsos MORI's latest poll asks what people see as priorities for the NHS, including several priorities raised by the Francis report into Mid Staffordshire Hospitals Foundation Trust. Priorities for the NHS
Economist/Ipsos MORI February 2013 Issues Index 22 February 2013 Concern about immigration and poverty increases though our chief concern about economic issues remains unmoved Economist/Ipsos MORI February 2013 Issues Index
Job insecurity or job reorganisation thought to be the most common cause of work-related stress 9 May 2013 Around half of workers across Europe feel that work-related stress is common in their workplace, with 16% saying it is ‘very common’ according to our poll for the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA). Job insecurity or job reorganisation thought to be the most common cause of work-related stress
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