Action Area: Multiple Conditions: Living Well in Localities
Most people with multiple conditions in Scotland are under 65 years. People in deprived areas experience multiple physical and mental health conditions 10 -15 years earlier than those living in more affluent areas. Read More
The Joint Improvement Team recently contributed to an innovative event, hosted by The Alliance and part of their Health and Social Care Academy ‘Being Human’ series. You can find out more about what happened here and the presentation from Derek Feeley, Executive Vice President of the Institute of Healthcare Improvement, can be seen by clicking […]
You are invited to the latest WebEx from the Joint Improvement Team, in partnership with The ALLIANCE’s Health and Social Care Academy ‘House of Care’ is an approach that aims to empower people with multiple long term conditions to articulate their own needs and decide on their own priorities, through a process of joint decision […]
This webinar offers a vision and action plan for the right pharmaceutical care through integrated partnerships and innovation. It is presented by Bill Scott, Chief Pharmaceutical Officer and Alpana Mair, Deputy Chief Pharmaceutical Officer.
The Intermediate Care Framework first published in July 2012 and aims to encourage the development of these services in Scotland. The Framework defines Intermediate Care as follows: “The function of Intermediate Care is to integrate, link and provide a transition (bridge) between locations, between different sectors and between different states”. Click on the download link […]