The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has published a What Good Looks Like (WGLL) framework to support digital working in adult social care (ASC).
This Workforce development framework for care co-ordinators has been developed to support care co-ordinators and their employers to understand the role and set them up to deliver personalised care safely and effectively in a range of health and care settings.
Services for mental health, autism and learning disabilities need to change. This report sets out what services should look like in 2032, with examples of where the vision is already taking shape in England.
Shared decision-making (SDM) is a key tenet of personalised care and is becoming an essential component of informed consent in an increasing number of countries. The aim of this study is to analyse patient and healthcare staff satisfaction with the SDM process before and after SDM was officially introduced as the standard of care.
A Centre for Perioperative Care, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and Choosing Wisely UK animation for patients to demonstrate what effective shared decision making (SDM) should look like
The paper looks at the importance of sustaining personhood and wellbeing through the four interdependent dimensions of place & things, power & agency, people & relationships, and purpose & routine.
The Living with Cancer Programme aims to develop person-centred, local support for people living with and beyond cancer, their carers and significant others in Lincolnshire.
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