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Health and care conference goers – a call for action! #NCASc15 #KFintegratedcare

Today the good and the great from the world of social care gather in Bournemouth for the first day of the three day annual Children and Adult Services conference. Meanwhile the King’s Fund Integrated care conference was held yesterday in London. Perhaps … Continue reading

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In the shoes of … | Florence Wilcock, Divisional Director Specialist Services & Obstetrician, Kingston Hospital FT

Last week I wrote a blog about how we have built the #MatExp project to improve maternity experience and the campaign was launched on the NHS Change Day site.  Our constantly evolving MatExp story has since been published in NHS … Continue reading

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Poem: Young Onset Dementia – Making It Real

I felt a special connection with Kate What it was is hard to define. Her words, her thoughts, her feelings. I have followed them closely on-line. Kate blogs about living with dementia It’s powerful. It’s honest. It’s real. We can learn … Continue reading

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