Month: July 2018

New Multiple Sclerosis Study To Help Patients Launches Competition To Design Logo

Posted on 30 July 2018 by Julie Latchem-Hastings

Background The Multiple Sclerosis Society have funded a new Centre for Trials Research study to support people with progressive multiple sclerosis to be more physically active. Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune neurological condition, in which the immune system attacks the layer that surrounds and protects the nerves, called the myelin sheath.  This damages and scars
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RDCS SE Wales: Year In Review Supporting Research Capacity Development In Wales

Posted on 12 July 2018 by Sue Channon

Supporting Staff In The NHS And Social Care In Wales To Develop Their Own Research The Research Design and Conduct Service (RDCS) South East Wales is part of the All Wales RDCS and supports staff working within the National Health Service and social care to develop high quality research funding proposals.The RDCS is funded by
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Person-Centred Care In Care Homes – What Are The Outcomes That Matter? 

Posted on 9 July 2018 by Victoria Shepherd

Person-Centred Care In Care Homes Person-centred care has become firmly embedded in care home settings, policies, and guidance over that last two decades. NICE guidelines promote integrated and person-centred approaches, inspection frameworks for older adults evaluate whether timely, appropriate person centred care has been delivered, and new social care legislation introduced in Wales puts the
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NHS At 70: The Challenge of Reducing Health Inequalities Through Evidence Based Medicine

Posted on 5 July 2018 by Kerry Hood

A New Beginning In 1948, after a war which had rocked the world and challenged previous carefully drawn boundaries between genders, class and affluence, the belief that a better world could be built for all our children resulted in the National Health Service being born. It was born into a world where good medical care
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