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'Independence Through Outcomes' - Review of Home Care - Outcomes »
This leaflet highlights the outcomes achieved by a scrutiny review of home care services in Warwickshire.
Bexley: emergency planning »
An investigation in to possible improvements to Bexley’s arrangements.
Camden: foundation trusts »
This report of the University College London Hospitals (UCLH) NHS Foundation Trust Scrutiny Panel highlights issues under scrutiny and to reflect the range of views presented to the Panel.
children's therapy services »
This review looked at provision from the user's perspective, established levels of user satisfaction and sugested methods of improvement.
Community pharmacy »
The review seeks to assess and influence the future of community pharmacy in Coventry given significant policy changes at the national and local level.
Cornwall: fairer charging for domiciliary and day care services »
The Panel was set up to consider in detail statutory guidance issued by the Department of Health, in response to concern expressed by the Royal Commission on Long Term Care that charging systems, both across Authorities and between individual service users within Authorities, were inconsistent and unfair.
Cornwall: fire cover in Hayle »
This review was undertaken to study in detail the existing fire cover arrangements for Hayle and examine use the new model for Hayle as part of the study.
East Sussex: alcohol, tobacco and substance misuse »
This review examined the effectiveness of strategies and policies in place around the county to combat alcohol, tobacco, drugs and substance misuse.
Gloucestershire: care homes »
An inquiry set up to address the impact of care home closure on residents and how the Council can best facilitate transfer between homes.
In undertaking the review into Home Care the Board wanted to learn more about the emerging trend for Local Authorities to focus their Home Care services on users with more intensive care needs.
hospital delayed transfers from the user's perspective »
Scrutiny project that consulted with older service users, who had either experienced a delayed hospital discharge, or who had been discharged from hospital within the last twelve months.
Kensington and Chelsea: loss of elderly nursing care »
Following concerns expressed by the Committee about the closure of Vicarage Gate House, the Chairman, Councillor Ernest Tomlin, convened a special meeting on the evening of Tuesday 8th July, at Kensington Town Hall, in order to discuss the issues and hear the views of interested parties.
Kent: Alcohol misuse »
The purpose of the review is to analyse alochol misuse with a view to highlighting the key issues, before coverage of some strategies and plans designed to tackle this problem.
Kent: domiciliary care »
considering the capacity of, and the trends in costs and quality of Domiciliary Care Services in Kent.
Kent: drugs use and mis-use »
The purpose of this review was to examine the issues regarding the misuse of class A, B and C drugs and make recommendations regarding how Kent's approach to the prevention, treatment and enforcement of drugs misuse could be improved.
Kent: financing of the health economy (2003) »
The purpose of this review was to investigate and identify any improvements to the financing of the Health Economy in Kent and its impact on Health, Social Care and Community.
Kent: nursing home care »
The review on Nursing Home Care in Kent has been conducted in accordance with the terms of reference and taking into account the policy on Active Care 2000, the Joint Review Report 2001 and the Public Service Agreement.
Kent: residential care »
This Select Committee considered the role of residential care for older people and explore alternative care models, with particular emphasis on care of older people with mental health needs (OPMHN).
Kent: tackling obesity »
The report seeks to assess best practice in reducing obesity, as a means of preventing disease, through improving levels of physical activity - across Kent and across all age groups - with particular reference to collaborative partnerships.
Kirklees: children's and women's services »
This scrutiny commission was established by Full Council in July 1999 in response to proposals by Calderdale and Kirklees Health Authority to undertake a reconfiguration of hospital services and also as a result of local concerns as to the future provision of maternity services at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
Kirklees: drugs and alcohol, part one »
This review took place between December 1999 and July 2000 and was undertaken by a cross-party group of four members.
Kirklees: drugs and alcohol, part two »
This review took place between February 2001 and October 2001 and was undertaken by a cross-party group of four members.
London Assembly: access to primary care »
The first London-wide focussed consideration of access to primary care in the capital and how access might be improved.
Middlesbrough: district general hospital services »
A look at the future process for configuring health services and the role of large hospitals within the whole system of care.