Tag Archives: The Frailty Fulcrum

Frailty: Core Capabilities Framework (Skills for Health)

Summary Skills for Health have produced the Frailty Core Capabilities Framework. This framework was commissioned by Health Education England and NHS England, and aims to formalise the skills to provide high quality, holistic, compassionate care and support for persons with … Continue reading

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The Frailty Fulcrum: A Multi-Dimensional Model for Understanding Issues in Frailty (NHS England / Fusion48)

Summary The “Frailty Fulcrum” provides an animated model to help conceptualise, and balance, the main shifting factors – both positive and negative – potentially at play in frailty. It was developed by Fusion48. The main influencing factors are considered to … Continue reading

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