Tag Archive: healthcare

Supporting breathlessness in people at the end of life

Becoming out of breath can be normal.  It is how the body responds to requiring more oxygen, for example, when… View Article

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Virtual Reality in Wound Care

Virtual reality has been expanding into new settings beyond traditional gaming for many years now. It seems there’s no end… View Article

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John’s Campaign. Change for those with Dementia

Back in November at the Care England Conference we met Julia Jones, co-founder of John’s campaign. At AutumnCare we feel… View Article

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GP and Hospital Services Under Strain

Exploring ways to streamline communication with GPs and hospital staff in an increasingly overwhelmed healthcare industry. As the pressure put… View Article

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Working in a Care Home. What makes it so rewarding?

It is well documented that the UK is on the brink of a Social Care crisis.  There is a lack… View Article

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Skin Health and Pressure Damage in Care Homes

The largest organ in the body… Skin accounts for 15% of a person’s overall body weight. The skin’s three layers,… View Article

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Catheterisation in Care Homes

Managing continence is one of the fundamental aspects of providing high quality nursing care. Maintaining a person’s continence needs can… View Article

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