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World Continence Week – Miscellaneous Contributions and Insights (NHS England / ICS)

Summary The ICS World Continence Week (WCW) is an annual event which aims to raise awareness about incontinence-related issues. The following piece covers the recent Excellence in Continence Care guidelines and the benefits of collaboration between health and social care … Continue reading

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Guidance for Commissioners and Providers of Continence Services in England (NHS England)

Summary NHS England has released “Excellence in Continence Care” guidelines for people who commission and provide continence services. Full Text Link Reference This most basic of needs – Dr Martin McShane. London: NHS England, December 4th 2015. This relates to: … Continue reading

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Reducing Unplanned Admissions by People Aged 85 Years+ (NIHR / Health Services and Delivery Research / BBC News)

Summary Three sites where hospital admission rates for people aged 85 years and over had risen sharply, and three sites where these rates had declined, were studied in order to investigate local differences in strategies for avoiding the need for … Continue reading

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Vanguard Sites: Local Exemplars of New Care Models Programme (NHS England / BBC News / Monitor / NHS TDA)

Summary A series of local pilots have been initiated to explore novel approaches whereby hospitals, GPs, community services and care homes can work together in a more “joined-up” manner to provide better integrated care for patients in England. The 29 … Continue reading

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