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06Jun, 2019
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Medicines are used in almost every health and social care setting to improve people’s health and wellbeing. The use of medicines ranges from GPs prescribing for long-term conditions such as diabetes to delivering complex chemotherapy regimes in acute hospital settings.
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31May, 2019
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Panorama reveals the failings of our social care system, as our population gets older and more of us need help with day to day living.
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23May, 2019
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See what Dr Paul Lelliott, Deputy Chief Inspector of Hospitals (lead for mental health), at the Care Quality Commission has to say about the recent Panomara airing that sheds light on the abuse at Whorlton Hall.
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23May, 2019
Care providers across Surrey say the exposure of abuse by BBC’s Panorama highlights the need for concerted action to reform and improve the care of older and vulnerable adults. The long awaited Green Paper is still not available.
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21May, 2019
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The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is calling for an independent review of every person who is being held in segregation in mental health wards for children and young people and wards for people with a learning disability or autism. These reviews should examine the quality of care, the safeguards to protect the person and the plans for discharge
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22Jul, 2019
A nursing home which specialises in looking after people with mental health conditions has thrown its support behind a local school during Feeling Good Week (FGW), which aims to raise awareness of the importance of good emotional wellbeing in children and young people.

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17Jun, 2019
Surrey County Council are holding a workshop with the event organisers for care providers to help with your planning arrangements for this event.

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06Jun, 2019
Medicines are used in almost every health and social care setting to improve people’s health and wellbeing. The use of medicines ranges from GPs prescribing for long-term conditions such as diabetes to delivering complex chemotherapy regimes in acute hospital settings.

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