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The University of Derby has launched a new course aimed at supporting health and social care workers into higher education while they continue to work and earn. The Diploma of Higher Education in Health and Social Care has been developed by academics at University of Derby Online Learning (UDOL) to…
The closing date to apply for a place on the Step up to Management programme has been extended to 13 October 2017. Step up to Management is an exciting new learning programme for aspiring social care and health managers developed by Social Care Wales and the University of South Wales.…
Deaths from Alzheimer's disease have risen by a third in the last year, with campaigners warning the "alarming" increase is placing a "heavy strain" on the NHS and care services. A total of 570 deaths from the disease were recorded in the period March to June 2017, new data from…
The healthcare industry is continuously under fire in the news recently, with extreme staff shortages and poor working conditions hitting the headlines. This is becoming a large problem, especially bearing in mind that the UK’s ageing population is in constant need of high standards of care. The pressure is on…
The Northern Ireland Social Care Council (NISCC) and the Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA) have jointly launched the new Standards for Employers of Social Workers and Social Care Workers. These Standards have been developed as a collaboration between NISCC and the RQIA and in consultation with employers, registrants, service…
This is a sponsored article and is brought to you by the Health and Care Innovation Expo.Since the birth of the NHS in 1948, England’s demographics have changed immeasurably. As the NHS gears up to mark its 70th anniversary next year, it is now working more closely than ever before…
Human rights campaigners have called for the establishment of an independent Scottish commission on social care. Judith Robertson, chair of the Scottish Human Rights Commission (SHRC), urged ministers and social care providers to do more to address gaps in the system. She argued a commission could help close those gaps…
Nine in 10 Members of Parliament do not believe the social care system is fit for purpose, a new poll suggests. A survey of 101 English MPs found that only 10% believe the current social care system is suitable for the UK's ageing population. The research, carried out by older…
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