Occupational therapists will be required to re-register with the Health and Care Professions Council later this year, and as part of this, will need to declare that they have suitable indemnity insurance in place.
Keeping track of digital content, deciding what to read. listen to and watch can be daunting. In the music industry radio and the music press used to be how peoples listening and buying decisions would be influenced.
NSPCC says figures obtained by the BBC were the ‘visible peak’ of what could be a bigger problem that also affects young people Almost 5,000 disabled adults have been sexually abused in England in the past two years, figures have shown.
Adolescent 'behavioural problems' are a huge source of referrals for local authority children's services across the country, after parents and teachers struggle to find strategies that work. However,...
Hi Lisa I think we have indeed been courageous in this project and that many good things have come of it, although I would happily be the first to admit that the outcomes bear little resemblance to what we set out to create.
When: Tue Oct 6, 2015 Where: Central Edinburgh (TBC) Event Status: confirmed Event Description: Conference that will examine the data sharing and data safety challenges faced by NHS Boards and Councils in Scotland as they prepare for the...
Health service ombudsman urges NHS to consider lessons from report detailing cases where patient and relatives endured unnecessary suffering The shocking state of end-of-life care in the NHS is exposed in a report from the parliamentary and health...
Terminally ill patients must be granted the right to spend their last days at home, leading charities and a former health minister have said, in light of a harrowing report that lays bare the damage done by poor care at the end of life.
The UK should introduce measures that allow all people with convictions to be potentially regarded as legally ‘rehabilitated’, and therefore not have to disclose their record to employers, according to a report that’s been recently published.
Carers from across Scotland will today give their views to MSPs of the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee on new legislation that aims to improve the support available to them and set out their rights in law.
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