New analysis from the Centre of Progressive Policy (CPP) shows 80 million life years are lost due to inequalities in education, income, employment, crime and housing in England.
Carers for family and friends will benefit from new government seed-funding to develop innovative means of support, Minister for Care Caroline Dinenage has announced today.
As part of Diabetes Week 2019, NHS England in the West Midlands is raising awareness of life with diabetes by encouraging more patients to share their stories and support the national Diabetes UK campaign #SeeDiabetesDifferently.
The Northern Health Science Alliance (NHSA), a group of research universities, NHS Trusts and academic health science networks in the North of England, has appointed Dr Séamus O’Neill as its new CEO.
New analysis from the Health Foundation shows that there will be a social care funding gap of £4.4bn in England in 2023/24 to meet rising demand and address critical staffing shortages in the sector.
In the UK, someone develops dementia every three minutes, and the Alzheimer’s Society estimates the number of people living alone with the condition will double to 240,000 in the next 20 years. How can technology help those with dementia and their carers to promote independence and better outcomes?
LaingBuisson has launched the first edition of its Care Home Construction: 2017-2021 UK Market Report to coincide with its annual flagship Social Care Conference which was held yesterday in London.
Organisations that provide and commission adult social care services are invited by NHS Digital to bid for a share of £4.8m to enable them to roll out their local digital projects on a wider scale.