Tagged: Long-term conditions

Speech: 10 November 2011, Paul Burstow, National Voices Annual Conference

I want to begin with a story you could take as one of two things. You could see it as a typical “day in the life” of a government minister. Or the example that tells you in a nutshell, why … Read more → – Speech: 10 November 2011, Paul Burstow, National Voices Annual Conference

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Summary Care Record to benefit millions of patients with long term conditions, say patient groups

A year on from a Ministerial review that confirmed the importance of  Summary Care Records in supporting urgent and emergency care, patient groups are advocating its use to improve care for the millions of people with long term conditions they … Read more → – Summary Care Record to benefit millions of patients with long term conditions, say patient groups

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Employees get more help to quit smoking and get active

New Responsibility Deal pledges on health at work and physical activity Typhoo, McCain and Centrica – who between them employ more than 35,000 people – have today signed up to help their employees to quit smoking by providing workplace stop … Read more → – Employees get more help to quit smoking and get active

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Innovative care could help over 15 million people with long-term conditions

The NHS could help improve the care of over 15 million people living with long-term conditions and reduce the number of unnecessary trips to hospital if the most innovative work being pioneered in other parts of the NHS were adopted … Read more → – Innovative care could help over 15 million people with long-term conditions

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