Tag Archives: Patient Empowerment Movement

Strengths-Based Approaches: Practice Framework and Handbook (DHSC / SCIE)

Summary The Department for Health and Social Care, with support from SCIE, has released resources designed to help social workers / social care professionals to apply “strengths-based” approaches in their work with adults. “Strengths-based practice is a collaborative process between … Continue reading

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Self-Care Guide (Regional Voices)

Summary A Regional Voices briefing supports patients in actively managing their own health. It also promotes wider recognition of the potential role(s) for voluntary and community services in enabling self-care. Full Text Link Reference Self-care: everybody’s talking about it. The … Continue reading

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Unhealthy Lifestyles In Middle-Aged Adults (BBC News / PHE / NHS Digital / Neurology)

Summary A Public Health England (PHE) report indicates that middle-aged people in England are increasingly likely to experience health problems such as diabetes and dementia in later life as a result of their unhealthy lifestyles today. Data from the latest … Continue reading

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Cognitive Health In Older Adults: Changing Unhealthy Lifestyles and Reducing Risk Factors (PHE)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) and the Cambridge Institute of Public Health have produced a summary of reviews which offer evidence to support the commissioning of interventions concerning a range of modifiable lifestyle risk factors / unhealthy behaviours in older … Continue reading

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Public Awareness of the Risk Factors for Dementia (PHE / NatCen / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary A survey commissioned by Public Health England (PHE) has identified patchy levels of awareness concerning the “known” dementia risk factors. Most British people, it appears, are able to identify at least one risk factor for increased risk of developing … Continue reading

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