The Design Council in partnership with the Department of Health has funded and supported the development of five innovative solutions that can improve the quality of life for people living with dementia, and aid the development of dementia friendly communities.
JB Galloway, LK Mercer, A Moseley, WG Dixon… – Annals of the Rheumatic …, 2012
Hope Hospital, Salford (Dr Romela Benitha); King’s College Hospital, London, Macclesfield District General Hospital, Macclesfield (Dr Susan Knight)
Dr Knight was one of a number of consultants acknowledged in this publication for their ‘enthusiastic collaboration’.
Spring’s Public Service Review: Health and Social Care (Issue 31) features exclusive articles on wide-ranging topics including:
- Reform of adult social care
- NHS innovation
- Nursing leadership and dignity in care
- Integrated health and social care
- Behaviour change and public health
Back pain management: Occupational health practice in the NHS in England A national clinical audit–round 2
J Smedley, S Williams, P D’Arcy, M Roughton… – 2012
East Cheshire Trust was a participant in this audit.
Page 1. Back pain management: Occupational health practice in the NHS in England A national clinical audit – round 2 Supported by:
Page 2. Health and Work Development Unit Back pain management: Occupational health practice in the NHS in England …
Every child and young person with diabetes in England can now expect an improvement in their level of care as a landmark funding agreement for paediatric diabetes services comes in to force.
The Health Education England transition team has launched its first bulletin to start providing regular updates on the development of the new organisation.
New joint NHS trade unions guidance has been published to help RCN activists resist local proposals to cut NHS pay, terms and conditions.
Infection: prevention and control of healthcare-associated infections in primary and community care
Clinical guidelines, CG139 – Issued: March 2012
This clinical guideline (published March 2012) updates and replaces NICE clinical guideline 2 (published June 2003). It offers evidence-based advice on the prevention and control of healthcare-associated infections in primary and community care. New and updated recommendations address areas in which clinical practice for preventing healthcare-associated infections in primary and community care has changed, where the risk of healthcare-associated infections is greatest, and where the evidence has changed.