Time for Change

Conceptualising a National Care Framework“In conceptualising and designing a process to support the development of a NationalCare Framework, it is important to build an understanding of the current context. TheIndependent Review has achieved part of this in capturing the lived experience of people who access and people who provide care and support (which is theContinue reading “Time for Change”

Setting Priorities to Inform Assessment of Care Homes’ Readiness to Participate in Healthcare Innovation

A Systematic Mapping Review and Consensus Process Extract from the full text… In England, there are almost three times as many care home places as there are beds in the acute hospital sector, and one in six people aged 85 or over are living permanently in a care home. Care home residents have complex healthcareContinue reading “Setting Priorities to Inform Assessment of Care Homes’ Readiness to Participate in Healthcare Innovation”

Unpacking the complexities of de-implementing inappropriate health interventions

A long, complex but important article for people who live and work in care homes. All about stopping doing things that don’t work or are inappropriate. Research shows as much about what shouldn’t be done as what should. What works and doesn’t work. (Residential Forum). Source: Unpacking the complexities of de-implementing inappropriate health interventions |Continue reading “Unpacking the complexities of de-implementing inappropriate health interventions”