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Nursing (Hard) Times The Royal College of Nursing has been having a difficult time recently, with claims of sexual harassment and wider cultural problems being investigated by a senior barrister. One commentator argues that information provided by the RCN, TUC…

Pain is the leading cause of behaviour changes in dementia Improving the understanding of how pain affects and changes the behaviour of people living with dementia must form part of the education available to healthcare professionals and family members, says…

A family-owned Surrey care group is celebrating after being shortlisted in two categories at the prestigious LaingBuisson Awards 2021. The first shortlisting sees CHD Living, which supports over 800 people across Surrey and South London, as a finalist in the…

A REPORT released today shows northerners were more likely to die from COVID-19, spent nearly a month and-a-half more in lockdowns, suffered worse mental health and were made poorer than the rest of England during the first year of the…

New playbook shows how social prescribing can help to reverse global decline in physical activity by connecting us to activities in our area The Olympics has showcased the benefits of teamwork, determination and feeling connected, and well as to our…

Falling out Covid-19 brings out the best in all of us (not). One academic in the thick of it puts it like this: “Symptomatic Infection rates are not high, they fell dramatically and are only rising slightly (must be a great…

A Cambridgeshire care and rehab community has committed to providing at least the National Living Wage for its frontline care workers, as it seeks to remould perceptions of the care industry – which is often portrayed as underpaid. Askham Village…

Curamcare, the UK-wide health-tech platform, says the government’s plans to improve social care, if it is to succeed, must embrace technology that is already available and proven. The government’s taxes hikes to improve social care are welcome, but more money,…

Research from the University of Oxford and the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research has shown that the technology behind the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine has potential in treating cancer. A new publication has shown that a viral vector cancer vaccine generates…

Demand for social prescribing services is expected to increase following the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic   New programme will help national voluntary organisations harness innovation to help support people across the country through social prescribing   Designed to bring together national…

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