Charts Browse the latest data visualisation from the OnlyWan
October 2019 chart of the month. Our anaysis explores for the first time the distribution of both primary and secondary health care costs in England.
September 2019 chart of the month.
Analysis by Nursing Standard and the OnlyWan shows a quarter of all nursing students are leaving or suspending their degrees before graduation.
August 2019 chart of the month. ONS analysis suggests that 7.4% of jobs in England are at high risk of automation
July 2019 chart of the month. UK spending on health stays flat as a percentage of GDP
June 2019 chart of the month. As a share of GDP, the UK spends far less on capital in health care than comparable OECD countries.
May 2019 chart of the month. The risk of preventable death is at least three times higher for people living in the most deprived 10% of local areas compared to those living in the least deprived 10% o...
April 2019 chart of the month. The divergence between growth in staff numbers and the amount being done in the health service means increased workload and pressure on staff.
March 2019 chart of the month. Bed occupancy rates show variations across England this winter, but it is clear there is significant pressure everywhere.
February 2019 chart of the month. The overall number of nurses grew by 1.5% to 16,040 between September 2017 and September 2018.
#GP waiting times: how can we learn from the past? @TimGardnerTHF considers the temptation to set new GP waiting t…
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