Tag Archives: RCP: Royal College of Physicians

National Audit of Intermediate Care 2017 (NAIC)

Summary The National Audit of Intermediate Care (NAIC)’s latest annual report attempts to provide comprehensive data on intermediate care services. It supplies a refreshed audit of intermediate care services delivering care and support to “older people living with complex conditions; … Continue reading

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Hotly Debated Weekend Effect May Have Been A Statistical Mirage? (Journal of Health Services Research and Policy / BBC News / Lancet / BMJ)

Summary Research does not take place in a socio-political vacuum. The ongoing junior doctors’ dispute has supplied fertile ground for allegations of “spin” and politically-motivated distortion in the interpretation of the so-called “weekend effect”, and raises questions concerning the planned … Continue reading

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Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Communication Failures in Hospital End-of-Life Care (BBC News / RCP)

Summary The latest Royal College of Physicians (RCP) audit has estimated that one in five families may not be consulted when hospital staff decide not to revive their relatives and issue “Do Not Resuscitate” (DNR) orders. “Guidelines issued by the … Continue reading

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Further Room For Improvements in End of Life Care (BBC News / RCP)

Summary End of life care in the UK has previously been assessed to be possibly the best in the world, but a Royal College of Physicians audit report identifies local variations in the quality of hospital care for the dying. Full … Continue reading

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National Audit of Intermediate Care: NAIC 2014 (Year 3: Continuing Under-Provision) (NHS England / NHS Benchmarking Network)

Summary Professor John Young, National Clinical Director for Integration and Frail Elderly at NHS England has commented on the problem of continuing under-provision regarding intermediate care services. “The core function of intermediate care is in providing alternatives to hospital care, … Continue reading

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Testing the RCP Future Hospitals Model: the Future Hospital Programme (BBC News / BMJ)

Summary Four NHS trusts in England and Wales are to implement and evaluate the Royal College of Physicians (RCP)’s vision of the future hospital. Under the Future Hospitals Programme, hospital doctors work together with colleagues in primary care, to provide … Continue reading

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