A state of the art £15 million health centre has opened in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, offering GP and primary health care services.
The importance of nutrition to the integrated care debate report calls for nutrition and the management of malnutrition to be recognised and implemented as an integral part of care pathways within integrated systems of care.
A new report by the Health Foundation argues that the NHS could make a greater contribution to improving social and economic conditions for people in the local areas in which it operates.
Public Policy Projects (PPP) recently put together a high-level, strategic roundtable to develop practical, actionable steps for medical and digital technology in the community, primary and mental health care sectors. Here are the key recommendations.
Pratik Patel BDS, Principal Dentist, Educational Supervisor with Health Education England and Co-Chair of Brent and Harrow Local Dental Committee, looks at Improving oral health for older people in care homes in Brent and Harrow.
The fourth edition of LaingBuisson’s Children’s Services UK Market Report has been published, covering; special education, foster care, adoption, children’s residential care, leaving care, safeguarding, guardianship and other services.
At Croydon, we know that successful integration of health and social care is not just about the local authority working closely with the NHS, writes Tony Newman, Leader of the London Borough of Croydon. So what is being done to meet the needs of communities in South London?
Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, the Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, has today called for an end to what he has described as a “broken” care system for patients with autism and learning disabilities. This follows the publication of an interim report from the CQC.
Around 8,000 more nurses, midwives and nursing associates are now registered to work in the UK compared to 12 months ago, according to the latest figures published on 8 May by the NMC. However, pressures are far from abating.
ExtraCare Charitable Trust commissioned Aston University, and subsequently Lancaster University, to evaluate whether its approach increased positive outcomes for healthy ageing. Mick Laverty, Chief Executive of ExtraCare, assesses what this means for health outcomes
Secondary schools across England are being asked to volunteer to take part in a statistical survey that will act as a barometer for young people’s alcohol, nicotine and drug use.