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Equity of outcomes: why we must do better

News and opinion 16/05/2018Helen Buckingham

Helen Buckingham looks at the recent findings from the Learning Disabilities Mortality Review Programme, and asks what will it take for health leaders to once and for all put in place services that meet the needs of everyone who uses them.

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What can England learn from the long-term care system in Japan?

Research 09/05/2018Natasha Curry | Sophie Castle-Clarke | Nina Hemmings

In anticipation of the green paper this summer, what lessons can be drawn from a country that has demonstrated it is possible to achieve fundamental social care reform despite formidable demographic, economic and social pressures?

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Funding adult social care: what can England learn from other countries?

Event 09/05/2018 • 09.15–10.45Natasha Curry | Jonathan McShane | José-Luis Fernández

A joint event by the All-Party Parliamentary Health Group and the Nuffield Trust.

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England could learn lessons from Japan to address social care crisis

News and opinion 09/05/2018

The Government can learn important lessons from the Japanese social care system in achieving public buy-in, an easy to navigate system and a strong focus on prevention of loneliness and ill health, experts suggest.

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Following in the footsteps of Japan: making social care reform happen

News and opinion 09/05/2018Natasha Curry

Alongside our new report, Natasha Curry looks back at the history of attempts to reform social care in England, and discusses learning points from Japan's system that might help us to ensure the green paper marks a turning point for social care over here.

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The challenges of case-control studies and the value of inconclusive results

News and opinion 26/04/2018Chris Sherlaw-Johnson

Chris Sherlaw-Johnson discusses the analytical challenges of effective evaluations, and why it’s important that results are not overlooked – regardless of their immediate impact.

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Patient-centred care for older people with complex needs: Evaluation of a new care model in outer east London

Research 26/04/2018Chris Sherlaw-Johnson | Helen Crump | Sandeepa Arora | Holly Holder | Rob Meaker

This study evaluates a ‘one-stop’ primary care service within three London boroughs for older people with complex health care needs.

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Us and them: the impact of prejudice on prisoners’ health care

News and opinion 20/04/2018Dr Miranda Davies

Miranda Davies looks at the perceptions that people have about prisons, and how they might affect the health care that prisoners receive.

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Dedicated GP support for nursing homes sees significant drop in emergency admissions

News and opinion 04/04/2018

A new scheme piloted in four nursing homes has resulted in a 36% reduction in emergency admissions to hospital, with the biggest reductions towards the end of people’s lives.

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Success story: learning from interventions that work

News and opinion 04/04/2018Nigel Edwards

With our new report today evaluating an intervention offering GP support to nursing homes, Nigel Edwards looks at why such initiatives are successful and the lessons they bring.

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