• 01/12/2014 • Suzanne Rastrick
Allied health professionals are ideally placed to address some key challenges facing health and social care, but linking up data across sectors is vital.
Allied health professionals are a growing part of the NHS workforce, yet there is remarkably little data on the contribution they make to quality of care, our research reveals.
• 30/09/2014 • Holly Smith (Dorning)
The NHS has over 64,000 allied health professionals on its books – up by a third in the last decade, yet we hear surprisingly little about them.
• 22/09/2014 • Holly Holder
After four years of sustained pressure on local government, cracks are beginning to show.
A study by the Nuffield Trust of eight community-based interventions has indicated that none has led to a reduction in emergency hospital admissions despite a reasonable expectation that they would.
• 01/03/2001 • Anne Slowther
This report describes the findings of an assessment of the current provision of clinical ethics support services in the UK
• 01/11/1994 • David Taylor | Karen Bloor
Review of the determinants of health and ill health in the community.
• 01/01/1984 • F M Martin
Book summarising the main trends in hospital and community services for mentally ill people during the period between the Mental Health Act 1959 and the Amendment Acts of 1982/83
• 01/01/1962 • M McKenzie | R D Weir | T M Richardson | A Mair | R W F Harnett | A P Curran | T Ferguson
This book describes studies made to find out how patients fared after leaving hospital.