The Centre for Perioperative Care's information on Shared Decision Making (SDM) and accompanying blog post by Dr Ramai Santhirapala, Clinical Lead, Choosing Wisely UK and Professor Rupert Pearse, Director, UK Perioperative Medicine Clinical Trials Network
#SocialPrescribingDay C4PC Webinar: Understanding & aligning link worker & community capacity building activity
On Thursday 18th March, C4PC hosted a webinar to support #SocialPrescribingDay and share learning from our document, Understanding & aligning link worker & community capacity building activity. The webinar was hosted by: Kim Ryley, Co-chair
This event will share the latest practice and learning on personalised care, bringing together people with lived experience, the NHS, local government and the voluntary community sector, to discuss what personalisation means in the context of Covid-19.
Guideline for Perioperative Care for People with Diabetes Mellitus Undergoing Elective & Emergency Surgery
The Centre for Perioperative Care's 'Guideline for Perioperative Care for People with Diabetes Mellitus Undergoing Elective and Emergency Surgery.' was commissioned by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and is the first full pathway guideline for
For Rare Disease Day 2021, Katie Clarke-Day, Chair of C4PC Co-production subgroup, shares her experience of living with multiple rare conditions and her experience of personalised care and co-producing her own care plan.
C4PC is sharing new insight focussed on understanding how best to align link worker and capacity building activities with optimum success. The resource explores a place-based approach in York and Wakefield, and highlights the importance of community strengthening roles including how individuals and communities can best take control of their own lives and environment to maintain good health and well-being. Sign up to attend the webinar and find out more.
The Coalition has launched a series of new workstreams as we begin to implement a year of action on the roll out of personalised care. The first three priorities are health inequalities, the treatment backlog and the patient experience of health and care during the pandemic. The workstreams will develop practical outputs which are of use widely across health and social care.
Personalised care describes a philosophy that is integral to high-quality cancer services. In essence, Macmillan understands personalised care as being ‘designed in collaboration with the person who needs it, or with someone who knows them