Norman Lamb

NHS palliative care will have a new approach

NHS palliative care will have a new approachThe legislature has laid out an arrangement of new Priorities for Care that will structure the premise of future endeavors to give fantastic palliative care.

Supplanting the disputable and now-relinquished Liverpool Care Pathway, the new approach expects to hallow the needs and wishes of the diminishing individual and those near them as the most imperative variables in end-of-life consideration.

Charities say that changes in care may mean thousands lose out

Charities say that changes in care may mean thousands lose outMany grown-ups in England could lose access to home care under draft government rules, campaigners are cautioning.

The regulations, which are liable to meeting, set out the consideration needs somebody must need to fit the bill for board subsidized forethought.

Safety warning due to less number of nurses

Safety warning due to less number of nursesThe NHS has lost more than 5,000 attendants in only three years, official figures show. Information for May in the not so distant future uncovers that there were 348,311 qualified staff working in nursing, midwifery and health going by, down 5,601 on the figure of 353,912 in May 2010.

UK physiotherapists can independently prescribe medication

UK physiotherapists can independently prescribe medicationThe Department of Health has proclaimed that physiotherapists within the United Kingdom can become primary within the world to be able to start prescribing independent medication to their patients.

20% Social Care Workers Employed on Zero Hour Contract

20% Social Care Workers Employed on Zero Hour ContractAs per data collected by Skills for Care from Department of Health, it has been unveiled that 20% social care workers are kept at work on a zero hour basis.

Care minister Norman Lamb has said that 307,000 people have been kept on work on the basis of zero hours contracts. Zero hour contracts are the one, which are not able to guarantee particular number of hours per week to employees.

'Street triage' pilot schemes to launch this summer

'Street triage' pilot schemes to launch this summer With Ministers confirming that the 'street triage' pilot schemes will commence this summer, police officers and mental health nurses will patrol together to triage people in mental distress.

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