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Innovation Takes Center Stage: Lancaster University Launches Revolutionary App for Social Care

Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) is set to host a noteworthy event in celebration of the official launch of a groundbreaking app designed to enhance innovation within the adult social care sector. Developed by researchers … read more >> Innovation Takes Center Stage: Lancaster University Launches Revolutionary App for Social Care

Inquiry Unveils Shortcomings in UK’s Covid Readiness as Hancock Faces Widow’s Anguish

Former Health Secretary Matt Hancock appeared before the Covid Inquiry today to provide insights into the UK’s level of preparedness for the devastating pandemic that swept the nation. However, the inquiry took an emotional turn … read more >> Inquiry Unveils Shortcomings in UK’s Covid Readiness as Hancock Faces Widow’s Anguish

Unpaid Carers Sound Alarm on Financial Hardships and Strains

Millions of individuals anticipating the responsibility of providing unpaid care for their elderly parents in the future are concerned about their financial capability, according to a report by Age UK. The charity’s survey targeted adults … read more >> Unpaid Carers Sound Alarm on Financial Hardships and Strains

Care Minister Refuses to Back Hancock’s Claim of a “Protective Ring” around Care Homes

The Care Minister, Helen Whately, has declined to support Matt Hancock’s assertion that the government established a “protective ring around care homes” during the initial stages of the pandemic. Whately, who served under the former … read more >> Care Minister Refuses to Back Hancock’s Claim of a “Protective Ring” around Care Homes

Scottish Care Homes in Peril: As Pay Deal Gridlock Intensifies

Rising costs and staffing issues jeopardise contract between Scottish Care and council body Cosla, leading to concerns over care home closures in Scotland. Care home closures in Scotland could escalate if a deal is not … read more >> Scottish Care Homes in Peril: As Pay Deal Gridlock Intensifies

Unpaid Carers: Unsung Heroes of the Healthcare System

A new report by the Kings Fund details the significant level of support unpaid carers in England provide to their family members or friends. The report “Caring in a Complex World.”, compiled by Deborah Fenney, … read more >> Unpaid Carers: Unsung Heroes of the Healthcare System

Addressing the Workforce Crisis for the Ageing Population

The NHS, the pride of the United Kingdom, is facing a formidable challenge – a workforce crisis that threatens the quality of care for its citizens. The current shortage of skilled healthcare professionals, coupled with … read more >> Addressing the Workforce Crisis for the Ageing Population

Open University toolkit aims to revolutionise social care

A new report published by The Open University outlines, the value relational care with when looking after the elderly. The study, conducted by a team of leading academics, experts, and researchers, delved into the transformative … read more >> Open University toolkit aims to revolutionise social care

Wirral Careers in Health and Social Care Open Day

WUTH, WCHC and Wirral Council are holding an open day to discuss pathways into care roles across the Wirral. Careers in Health and Social Care Open DayDate : 10th June 2023Time : 10 am to … read more >> Wirral Careers in Health and Social Care Open Day

Building a Resilient Social Care System in England

Experts from the Care Policy and Evaluation Centre (CPEC) at the London School of Economics (LSE) have conducted research to analyze the impact of the first wave of Covid-19 on the social care system in … read more >> Building a Resilient Social Care System in England

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