As the Coalition diversifies, enhancing representation across communities, we’re pleased to welcome Harrogate Skills 4 Living Centre (HS4LC) as a new partner of C4PC. HS4LC has been charity for 25 years, supporting people living with learning disabilities and autism.
Working with British Red Cross, Healthwatch published this report which drew on the experiences of nearly 600 people who left hospital during the pandemic. The feedback has been shared with the Government to help them understand how the hospital ‘discharge to assess’ model worked in reality.
This report, commissioned by The Richmond Group of Charities Taskforce on Multiple Conditions, identifies a series of key questions and opportunities for change through stories of lived experience and is designed to support the plans and actions of people delivering health and care services alongside others who can make a difference for people living with multiple conditions.
Picker and The King’s Fund have worked with NHS England and NHS Improvement on how ICSs can listen to and learn from people and communities. This practical guide is for partners working in these systems, with ideas on how they might go about this.
As part of our successful drive to grow and diversify, we’re pleased to welcome the Pernicious Anaemia Society (PAS) as a new partner of the Coalition. The charity was created by Martyn Hooper MBE after his diagnosis with the condition and, in this interview with C4PC, he tells his story.
New technologies in the fields of automation, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and communications are creating a range of opportunities to improve health care, from diagnostics to remote monitoring. But what does this mean for person-centred care?
Our Co-Chair Kim Ryley comments on the delays in cancer diagnosis and backlog in cancer treatment and care, which have arisen as a consequence of giving priority to tackling the COVID-19 pandemic