A final call out is being made for people to recognise the great care work taking place across the Duchy by making a nomination for the Care and Support Awards Cornwall and Isles of Scilly, which closes Friday 23 August.
A shift from urgent to planned care is fundamental to the future journey of health and care services in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, enabling more people to remain fit and healthy for longer. Jackie Butler finds out what that means
Organisations in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly are committed to working together to create community-centred solutions for each individual’s health and social care needs. In the first of a new feature series, Jackie Butler looks at the big picture
As part of Cornwall Council’s priority to support better health for everyone, people of all ages and abilities in Cornwall are being asked ‘how do you get yours?’ to encourage people to be more physically active.
Later this month, the third in a series of workshops with local people and their representatives will be held at the Guildhall in Saltash. The meetings are focused on identifying what health and social care services local people believe their 16,000 strong community need both now and in the longer-term; in order to help people […]
Cornwall Council is calling for the government to confirm more funding for adult social care to make sure people in Cornwall get the help they need to live as independently as possible. The issue was discussed at Cornwall Council’s Health and Social Care Overview and Scrutiny Board today (3 July). The Government has promised further […]
Simulation in clinical training has long been a valuable strategy for teaching, learning and evaluating skills. For Practice Development Midwife Sarah-Jane Pedler, simulations in midwifery education have been especially pivotal to the improvement of patient-first care and to the development of services currently available.