With current discussion around integrated care at a fever pitch, what does it actually mean for health and care delivery?
As Professor Terry Young writes, overcoming the obstacles facing ICS development will require a major rethink in how we deliver care.
Dr David Chung and Dr Hodon Abdi of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine speak to ICJ sister publication Hospital Times, dissecting the issue of racial inequalities in the health and care workforce from the perspective of emergency medicine.
Latrobe Regional Hospital (LRH), located 150 kilometers east of Melbourne, Australia, is one of the region’s largest employers, with more than 1,900 staff. Latrobe is a purpose-built teaching hospital caring for a population of more than 260,000 people.
Will the Government’s white paper reform provide the fuel for integration to permeate throughout the health and care sector? William Pett, Senior Policy Advisor, NHS Confederation writes for Integrated Care Journal.
Climate change is not only about melting ice or biodiversity loss, it also poses a major threat to people’s health. Although discourse on climate change has intensified in recent years, the direct health implications of climate change are still largely underreported.
The damage of heatwaves to human health, productivity and lifestyles is growing. This is primarily because of the increasing likelihood of heatwaves caused by climate change. What are the impacts of this silent killer and what can be done about it?
Public Policy Projects’ Policy Analyst, Charley Hacquoil, spoke to Rt Hon Amber Rudd, Former Minister for Women and Equalities, about where the priorities should lie for Reproductive Healthcare reform ahead of PPP’s International Women’s Day Conference, ‘Challenging Health Inequalities’.