Tag Archives: Care Home Leadership

Dehydration Prevalence in Patients Admitted to Hospitals From Care Homes (Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine / NHS Choices)

Summary Research appearing in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine implies there is evidence, derived from patients admitted to hospital from care homes, that care home residents are commonly prone to dehydration and hypernatraemia. Patients admitted from care … Continue reading

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Care Home Regulation Unfit for Purpose: Care Minister Norman Lamb (BBC News)

Summary Care minister Norman Lamb has concluded that regulation of the care sector is not fit for purpose. New proposals on care homes are open for consultation. One proposal is for regulators to be given greater powers to examine the books of the … Continue reading

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My Home Life: Promoting Quality of Life in Care Homes (Joseph Rowntree Foundation)

[A version of this item features in Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust), Volume 3 Issue 4, November 2012]. Summary The“My Home Life: Promoting Quality of Life in Care Homes” report summarises a three-year action research study. … Continue reading

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