The changing landscape of nursing in care homes | Louise Morris - Care Home Assistant Practitioner (CHAP) Project LeadCare Home Assistant Practitioner (CHAP)
Louise Morris is the National Care Home Assistant Practitioner (CHAP) Project Lead for Four Seasons Health Care. In her blog, Louise reflects on her nursing journey and the changing landscape of nursing in care homes
Age UK Report: Identifying, understanding and supporting loneliness in elderly care | How health care professionals can make a differenceHealth Care Best Practice
In the blog we take a look at the research conducted by Age UK during their inspiring “No one should have no one” campaign, and what we can learn as professionals working in elderly health care.
Government to collaborate with social care leaders before publishing Green Paper on social careNursing News
The long-awaited renovation of adult social care has been postponed despite mounting pressure. The First Secretary of State and Minister for the Cabinet Office, Damian Green, has pronounced the Government will work with care leaders to shape its Green Paper on social care and support for older people, before publishing proposals in Summer 2018
Cases of Parkinson's disease to double in 25 years according to the journal JAMA NeurologyNursing News
Innovative research suggests that the number of people with Parkinson's disease will imminently increase to pandemic proportions, with cases of the disease more than doubling in just 25 years. There are currently an estimated 6.9 million people, worldwide, living with Parkinson's disease. By 2040, this number is predicted to surge to 14.2 million.
Are you attending a Nursing careers fair in 2018? | Here are our top 10 tips to get the most out of your day…Nurse
Whether you are a new graduate looking for your first job in health care, or an experienced nurse looking for a change, careers fairs are a great way to meet employers face to face. Here are our top 10 tips to get the most out of attending a careers fair for Nursing: