Tag Archives: Physiotherapists

An Innovative Approach Hospital Overcrowding / Inadequate Bed Availability, Worthy of More Serious Consideration? (BBC News / CareRooms)

Summary The narrative about various inter-related crises in health and social care typically concerns the problem of excess demand for, and limited supply of, places in the community providing support for persons needing to be discharged from hospitals. Commentators commonly … Continue reading

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Allied Health Professionals: AHPs Into Action (NHS England)

 Summary NHS England has released a report explaining how the NHS, the social care system and society at large could be transformed if the Allied Health Professions (AHPs) were used more effectively. Fifty three case studies describe examples of innovative … Continue reading

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Reducing Pressures on Hospitals: Exploring the Potential Impact of Occupational Therapists (BBC News / COT / BAOT)

Summary A report from the College of Occupational Therapists demonstrates the role(s) which occupational therapists (and physiotherapists) can play in helping to reduce avoidable admissions / re-admissions to hospitals and subsequent delayed discharges of care in transitioning patients back into … Continue reading

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International Consensus on Quality Indicators for Palliative Cancer and Dementia Care (BMC Health Services Research)

Summary Quality indicators have been developed concerning palliative care for patients with cancer and / or dementia in different settings in various European countries. This article presents the efforts of a multidisciplinary international panel of experts to compile a set … Continue reading

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