Two Additions / Re-Locations to the Department of Health’s New Engagement Platform (Department of Health)

Summary

The Department of Health’s Dementia Challenge website has been archived and replaced by the new Dementia Challenge site on the Engagement Platform. The archived site can still be accessed, but it won’t be updated.

The Department of Health’s new Dementia Challenge site is now the source of more up-to-date information.

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Reference

Dementia Challenge site is archived and replaced by new dementia site. London: Department of Health, March 27th 2015.

New Compassionate Care Site

The Department of Health’s Compassionate Care website has, similarly, been archived and replaced by the Compassionate Care site on the Engagement Platform. The old Compassionate Care website has been archived, and will not be updated.

The Department of Health’s revised Compassionate Care website contains more recent information, case studies and additions.

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Reference

Compassionate Care site has now archived and replaced by an updated new site. London: Department of Health, March 27th 2015.

Exploring the Department of Health’s Digital Content and Engagement Teams

Developments appear to be arising thick and fast from the Department of Health’s Digital Health Strategy. There is a measure of inchoate exuberance in some recent outputs (which is perhaps a refreshing change, coming from the Department of Health).

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Reference

Caplin, J. (2015). Thought piece: is it time for post-policy government? London: Department of Health [Digital Health blog], March 27th 2015.

“Bliss it was in that dawn to be alive
But to be young was very heaven”.
William Wordsworth

See also:

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Reference

Mulholland, K. (2015). Introducing our engagement platform. London: Department of Health [Digital Health blog], March 28th 2015.

The following post refers to a Department of Health initiative entitled the online Map of Dementia (which was created at the same time as the “State of the nation report on dementia care and support in England”).

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Reference

Caplin, J. (2015). Why have a digital strategy? To enable, catalyse and inspire. London: Department of Health [Digital Health blog], March 29th 2015.

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