Does Moving to a Nursing Home Cause Depression?

Marlo Sollitto, December 2021 Today’s skilled nursing facilities are considerably different from the nursing homes of yesteryear. They feature larger rooms, visits from pets and even gardens. Still, for many seniors, the move to one of these long-term care facilities is representative of the end of the road. The simultaneous loss of independence, a long-timeContinue reading “Does Moving to a Nursing Home Cause Depression?”

Health inequalities and learning disabilities: The time for action is now!

Sarah Ormston in Care Talk, November 2020 MacIntyre was established in 1966 by Kenneth Newton Wright, the parent of a disabled child. It has grown to become a leading national charity, highly respected and committed to setting standards and increasing choice. MacIntyre provides learning, support and care for more than 1,200 children, young people andContinue reading “Health inequalities and learning disabilities: The time for action is now!”

INVESTIGATING DIFFERENCES IN PRIMARY CODED ADMISSION DIAGNOSIS AND LENGTH OF STAY BETWEEN CARE HOME AND NON-CARE HOME PATIENTS USING A NOVEL CARE HOME RESIDENT IDENTIFICATION ALGORITHM

G Housley A Usman S Lewis A L Gordon D E Shaw Age and Ageing, Volume 47, Issue suppl_3, August 2018, Pages iii14–iii17, https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afy121.01                                                      Published: 04 September 2018  Continue reading “INVESTIGATING DIFFERENCES IN PRIMARY CODED ADMISSION DIAGNOSIS AND LENGTH OF STAY BETWEEN CARE HOME AND NON-CARE HOME PATIENTS USING A NOVEL CARE HOME RESIDENT IDENTIFICATION ALGORITHM”