Health and Social Care Integration (England): (Commons Briefing paper CBP-7902) – House of Commons Library

House of Commons Library briefing paper that analyses recent policy and debate on the integration of NHS-provided healthcare and local authority-provided social care. As health and social care are both devolved policy areas, this briefing focuses on integration in England.

The Cost of Sepsis Care in the UK: Final Report – York Health Economics Consortium

Report that highlights the costs associated with sepsis in the UK. Sepsis is a potentially life-threatening condition caused by infection from numerous potential sources. In more severe forms it results in hospital admission and the most severe forms require treatment

Improving outcomes for children and families in the early years: A key role for health visiting services – Local Government Association

As with so much of public health, the move into local government offers fresh opportunities. By integrating health visiting with other services, such as children’s centres, early help, safeguarding and public health teams, we can provide better support to children

Better Together: Unleashing the Power of the Private Sector to Tackle Non-Communicable Diseases: A guidebook for collaboration between non-profit organisations and business – The Partnering Initiative

The scale of the non-communicable disease challenge the world faces is staggering. Tackling the NCD crisis will require a significant shift in the way we live and work. This can only be achieved through an ‘all-of-society’ approach, systematically combining the

Understanding the needs of disabled children with complex needs or life-limiting conditions: What can we learn from national data? – Council for Disabled Children

There are rising numbers of disabled children with complex needs and/or lifelimiting conditions, who, with their families, are likely to need support from health, education and social care continuously or at times throughout their life.  This report aims explore what

SAS doctor development: Summary of resources and further work – British Medical Association (BMA), Health Education England (HEE), the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC) and NHS Employers

This guide describes actions that can be taken to ensure that best practice is applied in the development of Specialty and associate specialist (SAS) doctors and dentists, and how different groups can work together to ensure best practice is consistently