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The rise and decline of the NHS in England
This King’s Fund report analyses how the NHS in England changed between 2000-2020, and the political decisions that led to the current crisis in the NHS.
It reviews the impact that various policies had on NHS finances, performance and patients, and concludes by setting out what now needs to be done to sustain and reform the NHS and social care.
Moving On Asthma
The Moving On Asthma website provides a resource for young people living with asthma and helps them live independently. It includes a range of short videos that are designed to help young people with asthma to develop essential self-management skills, learn to access healthcare independently, order prescriptions and understand what asthma is.
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F.A.S.T stroke campaign
NHS England, in association with the Stroke Association, has relaunched the Act F.A.S.T. (Face, Arms, Speech, Time) stroke campaign, which highlights that a stroke is a medical emergency and urges the public to call 999 immediately if they notice any single one of the signs of a stroke in themselves or others. Campaign resources are available to download free.
Life of a Blind Girl: a guide for social media accessibility
The Life of a Blind Girl blog has published an A-Z guide on social media accessibility containing useful tips, guidance and advice about how to make your social media posts more accessible to disabled people.
Education for GPs and physios on Myelopathy
Myleopathy.org has published an interview with consultant MSK physio Julia Tabrah to raise awareness of Degenerative Cervical Myelopathy (DCM) among GPs and physios.
It includes a free, downloadable presentation that provides case studies and outlines what physios should do if they suspect a patient has DCM.
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