Tag Archives: Integration of Health Promotion and Illness Intervention

Competitive Integration in the NHS (Policy Exchange)

Summary This report from the Policy Exchange think-tank asserts that NHS funding arrangements encourage acute hospitals to admit patients instead of trying to treat patients at a community level or in their own homes. It shows that by international standards … Continue reading

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Developing a Person-Centred Model of Care for the Patient with Dementia (International Conference on Person Centred Healthcare; London, September 13th / 14th 2012)

[A version of this item appears in: Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 3 Issue 1, August 2012]. Summary Professor Andrew Miles (Director of the International Conference and Publication Series on Person Centred Healthcare) has proposed the development of a … Continue reading

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