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    Essex based housing association launches Night Owl service to help relieve pressure on local NHS

    Essex based housing association launches Night Owl service to help relieve pressure on local NHS

    Swan Housing Association has launched an innovative new “Night Owl Service”, providing Care and Support services throughout the night in partnership with North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Anglian Community Enterprise (ACE). Covering Colchester, the 15-month pilot project supports the discharge of hospital patients who require assistance during the night.   The service […]

    6th March 2018 | By | Reply More
    What’s stopping integration of health and social care?

    What’s stopping integration of health and social care?

    Ian Wilkie, Director, Healthcare Property Consultants Ltd asks; ‘What’s stopping integration of health and social care?’ If there is any positive outcome from this winter’s NHS bed-blocking crisis, and the on-going saga of inadequate care home provision in the UK, it is perhaps that these matters have been repeatedly brought to the public consciousness in […]

    28th January 2018 | By | 1 Reply More
    TV and radio presenter Kate Garraway leads the hunt for Britain’s best nurses

    TV and radio presenter Kate Garraway leads the hunt for Britain’s best nurses

    The UK’s most prestigious nursing accolades, the RCNi Nurse Awards, have officially opened in search of Britain’s nursing heroes. Now in their 31st year, the RCNi Nurse Awards identify and celebrate nurses who, every day, go above and beyond to save lives, provide outstanding care for patients and transform nursing practice for the better. The […]

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    Nuffield Trust’s Chief Executive comments on NHS winter crisis

    Nuffield Trust’s Chief Executive comments on NHS winter crisis

    Nuffield Trust’s Chief Executive, Nigel Edwards responds to NHS England’s weekly winter operational statistics and monthly combined performance summary:   “Today’s figures clearly reveal why the NHS is under such extraordinary pressure this winter. Just a week into the New Year and with two months of winter to go, bed occupancy levels are running at […]

    12th January 2018 | By | Reply More
    NHS crisis should incentivise government to fully fund our social care system

    NHS crisis should incentivise government to fully fund our social care system

    This year’s winter health crisis should incentivise government to fully fund our social care system, council leaders urged today.   The Local Government Association, which represents 370 councils in England and Wales, said there cannot be a sustainable NHS without a sustainable social care system. Urgent new funding to address the annual social care funding […]

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    Sir Muir Gray: ‘We need to change the way we relate to the people we call patients’ | Healthcare Leader News

    Sir Muir Gray: ‘We need to change the way we relate to the people we call patients’ | Healthcare Leader News

    Source: Sir Muir Gray: ‘We need to change the way we relate to the people we call patients’ Sir Muir Gray is an internationally renowned authority on healthcare systems, and has advised governments from Australia and New Zealand to Spain and Germany. Angela Sharda asks how he would tackle the crisis in the UK health […]

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    Outstanding healthcare innovators celebrated at prestigious Bright Ideas in Health Awards

    Outstanding healthcare innovators celebrated at prestigious Bright Ideas in Health Awards

    Hundreds of healthcare professionals gathered to celebrate the North of England’s most promising innovators at the 2017 Bright Ideas in Health Awards. Now in its 14th year, the event, held at the Hilton Hotel Gateshead, showcases the achievements of NHS staff and healthcare SMEs working towards improving patient care in the North East and North […]

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    Recruitment shows closer working and integration between health and social care in Devon

    Recruitment shows closer working and integration between health and social care in Devon

    Three young people started integrated health and social care apprenticeships in October – the first in Devon.   Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust and Devon County Council have teamed up to provide apprenticeship opportunities across both health and social care for the first time. The Trust and the Council have both offered lots of apprenticeship […]

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    There cannot be a sustainable NHS without a sustainable adult social care system

    There cannot be a sustainable NHS without a sustainable adult social care system

    LGA RESPONDS TO NHS CHIEF EXECUTIVE SIMON STEVENS’ SPEECH Responding to NHS Chief Executive Simon Stevens’ speech to the NHS Providers conference, Cllr Izzi Seccombe, Chairman of the Local Government Association’s Community Wellbeing Board, said: “There cannot be a sustainable NHS without a sustainable adult social care system. “Adult social care services provide invaluable care […]

    9th November 2017 | By | Reply More
    Brexit will have a much wider impact on the NHS and social care than most people realise

    Brexit will have a much wider impact on the NHS and social care than most people realise

    Mark Dayan, Policy and Public Affairs Analyst at the Nuffield Trust, responds to an analysis in The Lancet of how Brexit may affect health and health services in the UK:   “This analysis is absolutely right that Brexit will have a much wider impact on the NHS than most people realise. There is a risk […]

    29th September 2017 | By | Reply More
    Lords to investigate if healthcare in the EU will still be available to British citizens after Brexit

    Lords to investigate if healthcare in the EU will still be available to British citizens after Brexit

    The House of Lords EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee today invites contributions to its new inquiry Brexit: reciprocal healthcare. The Committee will begin its work with an evidence session on Wednesday 13 September when it will question representatives from the Department of Health and the Nuffield Trust. Whilst this may not seem entirely ‘care’ related; many […]

    8th September 2017 | By | Reply More
    Will older patients face another winter of delayed transfers?

    Will older patients face another winter of delayed transfers?

    Commenting on the latest performance figures from NHS England, John Appleby, Director of Research and Chief Economist at the Nuffield Trust said: “These figures show that the NHS continues to be systematically unable to meet its main targets, with over 4 million patients likely to be on the waiting list for planned care – now […]

    14th August 2017 | By | Reply More
    The NHS and care homes could work better together to deliver high quality, cost-effective healthcare

    The NHS and care homes could work better together to deliver high quality, cost-effective healthcare

    Research identifies how the NHS and care homes can work better together to deliver high quality, cost-effective healthcare to the half million people in residential care Healthcare provision to residents in care homes across England is often ‘erratic and inequitable’, a major three-year study led by the University of Hertfordshire, funded by the National Institute […]

    20th July 2017 | By | Reply More
    The human story behind the headlines on the real cost of dementia care

    The human story behind the headlines on the real cost of dementia care

    According to the BBC in 2010 just 5% of NHS hospitals give staff formal training to care for patients with dementia. It was then reported that patients with severe dementia had a bad experiences when in hospital or as outpatients. In 2010 most staff did not know how to meet the needs of dementia patients […]

    5th July 2017 | By | Reply More
    ADASS responds to Jeremy Hunt’s written statement on Delayed Transfers of Care

    ADASS responds to Jeremy Hunt’s written statement on Delayed Transfers of Care

    Last night Jeremy Hunt speech on delayed transfers of care confirmed how social care and NHS funding to support integration is to be spent.  He said: ‘I would like to update the House about action we are taking to address delayed discharges from hospital in advance of this winter. Last year there were 2.25 million […]

    4th July 2017 | By | Reply More
    Widnes Vikings teams up with NHS to tackle pressures

    Widnes Vikings teams up with NHS to tackle pressures

    Players and coaches from the Super League rugby league club Widnes Vikings are leading a pioneering new campaign to reduce pressure on the NHS. The Vikings have teamed up with NHS Halton Clinical Commissioning Group to create a unique series of videos that creatively educate people on how to make the right choices when accessing […]

    7th June 2017 | By | Reply More
    Brexit, the real cost to the NHS and social care

    Brexit, the real cost to the NHS and social care

    The NHS could face a bill of almost half a billion pounds if retired British people currently living in other EU countries decide to return to the UK in the event that their right to healthcare in those countries is withdrawn after Brexit. This figure could be substantially higher if the NHS has to pay […]

    31st May 2017 | By | Reply More
    Party manifestos have not pledged enough funding for the NHS warns Nuffield Trust

    Party manifestos have not pledged enough funding for the NHS warns Nuffield Trust

    None of the major political parties is pledging to spend enough money on the NHS in England to close its funding gap, cope with increased demand and sustain high quality care, the Nuffield Trust warns today. Following a week in which all three parties revealed the different amounts they would spend on the NHS if […]

    22nd May 2017 | By | Reply More
    Social care joins together to tackle over-medication

    Social care joins together to tackle over-medication

    The social care sector is joining together to stop the over-medication of people with a learning disability or autism who use care services in England. The campaign, supported by NHS England, is today encouraging all learning disability providers to sign up to a new pledge called STOMP (or STopping the Over-Medication of People with a […]

    8th May 2017 | By | Reply More
    NHS would fall over without staff from EU countries say Jeremy Hunt

    NHS would fall over without staff from EU countries say Jeremy Hunt

    Responding to the Health Select Committee report on Brexit and health and social care, Nuffield Trust Chief Executive Nigel Edwards said:   “The major implications for the NHS must not be overlooked in Brexit negotiations, and we support the call for a clear list of the issues to be planned for and who is in […]

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