This report explores the current and future potential for innovation in the built environment. We believe that embracing and fostering innovation in health and wellbeing is imperative; the promotion of good health and wellbeing is not just clinical but should also be embedded holistically within communities as part of everyday life.
This report on social connections and loneliness is one of four publications from ILC-UK’s Health and Wellbeing Innovation Commission Inquiry. Each of the four reports is based on an oral evidence session where expert witnesses gave evidence to the commissioners, as well as further research from ILC-UK.
This report explores retirement communities and care homes. As housing is a fundamental component in people’s lives, the suitability of accommodation for people as they age has a significant impact on their experiences, particularly with respect to health and wellbeing.
This report examines the evidence for the potential of apps to promote positive health behavioural change in the UK population.
This new international report explores the relationship between life expectancy and productivity in developed countries.
This report presents findings from a new economic model on cost-benefit analyses for differing uptake and efficacy scenarios for the English flu vaccination programme.
From big data to blockchain, and gamification to AI and robotics, can technology help increase uptake of adult immunisations?
This is the first in a series of short ILC reports exploring the relation between demographic forces and macroeconomic outcomes.
For the last century, adult life expectancy in the UK has been growing apace although these improvements have not been equally shared between its citizens.