Denville Hall | the residential home for all members of the theatrical profession

The history of Denville Hall is undoubtedly wonderful – the generosity of its founder, the beautiful Hall, the photographs of the film and theatre icons who have lived there – but it is the present that is really remarkable.  Denville Hall is bustling with activity. Residents are in the bar with friends, catching up with their familiesContinue reading “Denville Hall | the residential home for all members of the theatrical profession”

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 The study indicates that providing residents of care homes with increased GP access and continuity of primary care more generally may help to reduce hospital admissions. Transforming health care in nursing homes: An evaluation of a dedicatedContinue reading “Transforming health care in nursing homes: An evaluation of a dedicated primary care service in outer east London”

Radical Elderly People’s Housing Coming To London With An Anti-Loneliness Mission At Its Heart

By Louise Ridley (from 2016 and this project should be complete by now? Wonder if it’s successful) Innovative housing plans in South London aim to combat loneliness among elderly people by placing them on a busy street where they will share space with neighbours, school children and other groups. Architects believe their building design –Continue reading “Radical Elderly People’s Housing Coming To London With An Anti-Loneliness Mission At Its Heart”

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..”