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The Debenham Project: Community-Based Support for People With Dementia (NHS England)

Summary Professor Alistair Burns (NHS England’s National Director for Dementia) and Professor John Young (NHS England’s National Director for the Frail Elderly) discuss the Debenham Project. This project is extolled as an example of a collaborative social movement, which relies … Continue reading

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NHS Re-Configuration (BBC News / NHS Confederation / King’s Fund)

Summary A coalition of health managers, clinicians, charities and patients’ representatives has proposed that the NHS in England needs to be more radical about closing some hospital services and diverting resources to more community-based care. The alternative to these reforms would be to face a “vicious” spiral … Continue reading

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