Tag Archives: Proactive Management of Long-Term Conditions

Approaches to the Reduction of Preventable Hospital Admissions: a Systematic Review (BMJ Open)

Summary A recent systematic review examined the alternatives to hospital admission for older patients at risk of unplanned hospitalisation. The broad categories of interventions considered were (i) improved use of paramedic / emergency care practitioners, (ii) interventions based in emergency … Continue reading

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Self Care Week 2017: Embracing Self Care for Life (Self Care Forum)

Summary The Self Care Week (2017) awareness campaign, organised by the Self Care Forum, is planned to take place between November 13th – 19th 2017.​ This year’s theme will be “Embracing Self Care for Life”. Further Self Care Week information … Continue reading

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Dementia-Friendly Community Pharmacies (Greater Manchester Pharmacy LPN / RPS)

Summary The Greater Manchester Pharmacy Local Professional Network have produced a brief guide on the seven elements of good practice: The pharmacy environment. The pharmacy team. Public health messages, including lifestyle. Over the counter medicines. Prescription ordering and collection / … Continue reading

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Self Care Week 2016: Health Literacy (Self Care Forum / NHS England)

Summary The Self Care Week (2016) awareness campaign, organised by the Self Care Forum, is planned to take place between November 14th – 20th 2016. This year’s theme is health literacy. Self Care Week resources are available online: Full Text … Continue reading

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Long-Term Conditions: Ethnographic Approach Explores Patients’ Support Networks, Social Relationships and Coordination in Care Planning (NHS England / Ipsos MORI / NHS IQ)

Summary A recent opinion survey, conducted by the Ipsos Ethnography Centre of Excellence (ECE) on behalf of NHS Improving Quality’s Long Term Conditions Improvement Programme, shows that older people living with multiple long-term conditions are generally happy with NHS services … Continue reading

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Self Care For Life: Self Care Week 2015 (NHS England)

Summary Self Care Week this year will be November 16th – 22nd 2015. This national awareness campaign is organised by the Self Care Forum. The theme for 2015 is “Self Care for Life”. The aim is to help people look … Continue reading

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Reasons for Emergency Hospital Admissions by People With Dementia (Public Health England)

Summary This Public Health England (PHE) document summarises national data about why people with dementia made use of inpatient general hospital services during the financial year 2012/13. It includes data on short stay emergency admissions, increases in hospital admissions and … Continue reading

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