- Published on Wednesday, 03 January 2018 11:48
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Together for Short Lives has launched a ground-breaking new funding programme to help address the cliff edge in care experienced by young adults in their transition from children’s to adult services. The programme is funding innovative projects that have the potential to transform the experience of young people with life-limiting conditions as they prepare for and move on to adult services.
Applications for Round Two of the Improving Transitions for Young People Fund will open in March 2018. The Together for Short Lives website will be updated with more details when they are available: http://www.togetherforshortlives.org.uk/transitionawards
Article written by NAHH’s Kay Greene & Lesley Spencer published in European Journal of Palliative Care (EJPC)
- Published on Thursday, 04 August 2016 09:55
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The NAHH Trustees are delighted to share the news that a recent article written by Kay Greene and Lesley Spencer, has been published in the European Journal of Palliative Care (EJPC). The article outlines the NAHH strategy and explains who the NAHH is and what our Association’s goals are.
The article can be downloaded here →
- Published on Monday, 12 September 2016 09:46
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The NAHH have sent a succinct report to NICE regarding End of Life Care services which includes citing several examples provided by member services in the last 12 months.
The NAHH thanks contributors and welcome any further responses and is aware that some member services will have submitted more detailed evidence on behalf of your Hospice at Home service through their organisation.
- Published on Friday, 03 June 2016 13:46
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A new role that will sit alongside existing nursing care support workers and fully-qualified registered nurses to deliver hands-on care moved a step closer today as Health Education England (HEE) published the response to its recent consultation on the Nursing Associate role.
The consultation attracted more than 1,000 responses from individuals including patients, members of the public and a wide range of organisations including professional bodies, trade unions, health care and social care providers and commissioners of healthcare. The role will be given the title Nursing Associate. In order to get the implementation of the Nursing Associate role right, HEE intends to appoint ‘test sites’. Five workshops will take place in England in July so that HEE can engage with stakeholders on the scope of practice of the new role. Early test sites will recruit 1,000 students to start training for the new role in 2017.
To view the response to the consultation, visit https://hee.nhs.uk/our-work/developing-our-workforce/nursing/new-support-role-nursing
Join Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, HEE’s Nursing Director, for a Twitter chat on the @WeNurses platform on Tuesday 7 June (8-9pm) to debate areas of the consultation and ask questions.