Tag Archives: Compassionate Care

Refusal and Resistance to Care in People With Dementia in Acute Hospitals (Patient Experience Library / NIHR / International Journal of Nursing Studies)

Summary Patients with dementia often have a poor experience of care in hospitals. Some hospitals are better than others, almost certainly, thanks to improvements in dementia-friendly hospital care, appropriate staff training and dementia awareness raising; however certain problems may persist … Continue reading

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More on Organisational Approaches to Quality Improvement (Health Foundation / BMJ)

Summary The Health Foundation’s report investigates lessons derived from sponsoring and evaluating quality improvement, whether at team, organisation and / or system levels. Case studies covering three NHS trusts in England with a CQC rating of “Outstanding” and which implemented … Continue reading

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Plans for Meeting the Dementia Challenge by 2020 (DHSC)

Summary The Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia 2020 (2015) involved over 50 commitments for making England the best place in the world for dementia care, research and public dementia awareness in general. Feedback was subsequently collected, during 2018, concerning developments … Continue reading

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Future Leadership for Compassionate Care and Quality Improvement (NHS Improvement)

Summary NHS Improvement has updated earlier guidance on leadership development for improved systems leadership, ongoing quality improvement, more inclusive and compassionate leadership, and better talent management. The national framework comprises five key components / conditions: Condition 1: Improving Care: Leaders equipped … Continue reading

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Independent Mental Health Act Review (BBC News / DHSC / Centre for Mental Health / NHS England)

Summary The independent review of the Mental Health Act 1983, chaired by Professor Sir Simon Wessely, presents recommendations for reform based on four principles: Choice and autonomy. Least restriction. Therapeutic benefit. Understanding people as individuals: whereby patients are recognised and … Continue reading

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Understanding the Basics of Care and Support: a Tale of Two Cultures? (JCN)

Summary A systematic review, concerning the effectiveness of nursing interventions for patients’ nutrition, elimination, mobility and hygiene needs, discovered numerous inadequacies in the quality of evidence. This is perhaps reflective of an age-old culture divide between “doers” and “thinkers”. “The … Continue reading

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Report on CQC’s Comprehensive Inspections of Adult Social Care (BBC News / CQC / What Works Centre for Wellbeing)

Summary The Care Quality Commission (CQC)’s report, covering over 33,000 inspections of around 24,000 adult social care locations, found that many elderly people across England continue to receive care in nursing homes, care homes and from home-care services which is … Continue reading

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