Tag Archives: Care and Treatment Reviews

Reducing Health Inequalities and Premature Mortality for People With Learning Disabilities (BBC News / HQIP)

Summary The Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) and the University of Bristol’s Norah Fry Research Centre have published an interim update report, commissioned by NHS England, on the premature deaths of people with learning disabilities in NHS care. The Learning … Continue reading

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Concerning the Handling of Health Inequalities and Premature Mortality in Learning Disabilities and Mental Health Patients: An Isolated Institution or Indications of a Broader Culture? (BBC News / Mazars / NHS England)

Summary If experience at Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust is anything to go by, there is plenty of scope for progress. According to a report by Mazars, and commissioned by NHS England, examining deaths at this trust in particular, the … Continue reading

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Progress Report on Transforming Care for People with Learning Disabilities (NHS England / BBC News / SeeAbility)

Summary The Transforming Care Delivery Board, with the joint involvement of NHS England, the Local Government Association (LGA), the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS), the Care Quality Commission (CQC), Health Education England (HEE) and the Department of … Continue reading

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Transforming Services for People With Learning Disability (NHS England / NHS Employers / HQIP)

Summary The theme of this year’s Learning Disability Week is “Hear My Voice”. NHS England has taken this opportunity to explain NHS commitments to improving the health and outcomes of people with learning disabilities, with a view to transforming services … Continue reading

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