• 27/11/2013 • Natasha Curry | Holly Holder | Dr Linda Patterson OBE
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 points of interest for England.
• 27/11/2013 • Dr Linda Patterson OBE
A new Nuffield Trust report examines how radical reforms in Japan provided universal coverage to older people at a time of major financial constraints.
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 …
In this slideshow, Masahiko Hayashi, Deputy Assistant to the Minister for International Affairs, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Japan, provides an overview of long-term care insurance in …
In this slideshow, Dr Mayumi Hayashi, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Institute of Gerontology, King’s College London, gives an overview of social care reforms in Japan, and outlines the achievements…
• 11/06/2012 • Natasha Curry
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