Paul Burstow: Social care reform in England

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Published: 27/11/2013

In this video interview, Rt Hon Paul Burstow MP, Minister of State for Care Services (2010-2012), explores social care reform in England and what we can learn from the Japanese experience of long-term care insurance.

Rt Hon Paul Burstow MP spoke at the Nuffield Trust and Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation partnership event: Shifting values: how should we care for older people in society? in November 2013.

Following the event, the Nuffield Trust published the report: Caring for an ageing population: points to consider from reform in Japan, which outlines the findings from a wider research project, part funded by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, looking at the progress of health and social care reform in Japan, including major changes to the delivery of care for older people.

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Caring for an ageing population: points to consider from reform in Japan 27/11/2013Natasha Curry | Holly Holder | Dr Linda Patterson OBE

Report

This report explores how Japan has tried to meet the needs of its ever-growing older population through a new social care system, looking at...

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ISBN: 978-1-905030-72-9