HealthApril 21, 2021
The Social Care Challenge
What are the key priorities for social care reform? Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell, Rt Hon Damian Green, William Laing of LaingBuisson and Angus Honeysett from Tunstall joined forces to discuss their views on the current policy landscape.
Community healthApril 8, 2021
Confronting racial inequality in emergency medicine
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.
Community healthMarch 5, 2021
Developing leaders of the future
Tunstall Healthcare has announced its intention to invest in the future talent of health, housing and social care professionals with the launch of a free online course to help participants develop key leadership skills.
Community healthDecember 7, 2020
Using technology-enabled care services (TECS) to transform lives
Gavin Bashar, UK MD of Tunstall Healthcare, discusses the latest White Paper released by Tunstall Healthcare and Public Policy Projects, and the role of technology in supporting health and care services during COVID-19 and beyond.
Community healthNovember 24, 2020
Calls grow for a long-term people plan for social care
Care England, the largest representative body for independent providers of adult social care in England, has added its voice to the growing call for evidence on good practice on in-work progression from the Department for Work and Pensions. 
Community healthNovember 12, 2020
Revolutionary nurse call system supports care homes during pandemic
Connected care and health solutions provider Tunstall Healthcare launched its Carecom care assist system to the UK care home market in early 2020. Since then, it has become even more vital as the Covid-19 crisis hit and the product was utilised to support care homes to keep residents and staff safe.
HealthOctober 27, 2020
Care England calls for clarity on support for adult social care
Care England, the largest representative body for independent providers of adult social care, has written to the Chancellor seeking clarity and additional financial support for adult social care staff who are required to shield.  
Community healthSeptember 24, 2020
Communications: Lessons from the pandemic?
The daily struggle to balance the personal with the professional, the despair with the optimism, and the reality with the hopes for the future is the message being received from carers on the frontline writes Daniel Casson, Digital Advisor to Care England.
Health PolicySeptember 22, 2020
Tunstall Healthcare scoops two prestigious industry awards
Tunstall Healthcare has won the ‘Leading Innovators in Assisted Living Technology 2020’ award at the Healthcare & Pharmaceutical Awards 2020, and the ‘Best Non-Clinical Equipment, Product or Service Supplier’ for its nurse call system, Tunstall Carecom, in the Care Home Awards 2020.  
Community healthAugust 24, 2020
Government offers new support to encourage safe discharge from hospital
A new £558 million fund for follow-on care has been announced to help patients who have been discharged from hospital. The funding will cover the cost of adult social care or the immediate costs of domiciliary care for those returning home.
HealthAugust 4, 2020
Government announces new 90-minute Covid-19 test
The Government has announced the roll-out of a new “on-the-spot" swab and DNA test which will help distinguish between Covid-19 and other seasonal illnesses.
HealthJuly 30, 2020
Care homes "thrown to the wolves” says Public Accounts Committee
Covid-19 has "ravaged" care homes after they were "effectively thrown to the wolves”, says the cross-party Public Accounts Committee in its latest report criticising the Government's inaction on social care during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Community healthJuly 24, 2020
The future of social care
What next for social care is one of the biggest questions the UK faces today. Dan Male, Editor of Integrated Care Journal, assesses the key challenges in the social care sector and asks what the future might hold.
HealthJuly 23, 2020
New guidance for care homes allows families to meet again
The lockdown has been devastating for many peoples' mental health, especially in care homes where isolation has been amplified. With the R-rate decreasing, care homes which have taken the correct precautions with Covid have been issued new guidance allowing them to begin to open up.

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