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NHFD annual report cites rise in older patients receiving innovative tests for delirium
The NHFD’s 2018 annual report shows dramatic results of an innovative programme of screening for delirium which has been the focus of attention and investment through NHS England’s best practice tariff.
15 November 2018
RCP awarded 3-year contract to deliver Falls and Fragility Fracture Audit
The RCP has again won the contract to deliver the Falls and Fragility Fracture Audit Programme (FFFAP) for the next 3 years.
3 April 2018
The social care squeeze: why it's time for reform
In an article from February's issue of Commentary magazine, Simon Bottery from The King's Fund explains why the social care system can't keep pace with increasing pressure.
13 February 2018
National Hip Fracture Database celebrates 10 years of improving care for patients
A programme managed by the RCP that has contributed to improving post-operative care of elderly people who suffer a hip fracture is celebrating its 10-year anniversary.
21 March 2017
Latest SSNAP report on stroke services shows further improvement
Nineteen per cent of hospitals are achieving the highest possible score in the Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme (SSNAP).
3 March 2017
Stroke in the UK: Mind the Gap!
The latest (third) annual Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme (SSNAP) report reveals further improvement in stroke care is needed.
29 November 2016
The need for fully joined up patient services to improve hip fracture care
Professor Finbarr Martin discusses the need for a joined up recovery pathway for hip fracture patients that includes community services.
12 September 2016