Covid-19 deaths in care homes

David Oliver: Let’s be open and honest about covid-19 deaths in care homes It’s not politicians, officials, and NHS managers who admit or discharge hospital patients but doctors, working alongside multidisciplinary clinical teams. Many of us clearly were—in good faith, and for understandable reasons in that early pandemic context—sending people to care homes with orContinue reading “Covid-19 deaths in care homes”

The ‘So what, what next?’ project

The So What, What Next? project was designed by the Transforming Care empowerment steering group to look at ways of supporting people with a learning disability or autism who have recently been discharged from hospital to explore their skills and passions and to find ways to contribute these to their local communities. People need timeContinue reading “The ‘So what, what next?’ project”

Transforming health care in nursing homes: An evaluation of a dedicated primary care service in outer east London

Transforming health care in nursing homes: An evaluation of a dedicated primary care service in outer east London

Warehouse..

News and Comment from Roy Lilley, 9th April 2018 How much credibility can you attach to a study that involved talking to 14 people, outcomes for a handful of patients and four places? Not a lot… Why would it take five people?  I have no idea.  How could it be so complicated as to requireContinue reading “Warehouse..”