Tag Archives: Commissioning an Integrated Emergency Department (A&E)

Preventable Attendees at Emergency Departments: Statistics Reconsidered (BBC News / CEM)

Summary It was previously understood that approximately 25% of patients attending A&E units could be re-directed to alternative centres of urgent care in the community. New research from the College of Emergency Medicine, based on a review of over 3,000 … Continue reading

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Hospital Accident and Emergency Departments: Planning and Design (Department of Health)

Summary This Department of Health report offers guidance on the new build, or redesign, of A&E departments. This comprehensive document reminds clinicians and planners that consideration for patients with dementia and their carers can contribute to their feelings of safety … Continue reading

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Avoiding Unnecessary Hospital Admissions (SCIE Social Care TV)

Summary This SCIE Social Care TV video examines how to help reduce unnecessary hospital admissions, concentrating particularly on integrated health and social care for elderly people and those with long-term conditions. Key messages in the narrative indicate: Older people often … Continue reading

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Silver Book: Quality Care of Older People with Urgent and Emergency Care Needs (University of Leicester)

[A version of this item appears in: Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 2 Issue 12, July 2012]. Summary Older people seldom have one single condition; they frequently have multiple physical and mental health problems. This “Silver Book” is … Continue reading

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