• A red letter data day

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    It’s an important day today for us in the policy team here at Sue Ryder. Today, the results of the biggest ever survey into the experiences of people with neurological conditions in England are published. It looks at vital issues such diagnosis, health care, social care and access to benefits...
  • Sue Ryder helps shape new end of life care guidelines

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    Think for a minute of the expertise that exists across Sue Ryder’s different health and care services. There’s the frontline staff who know first hand what goes into good care and there’s also the service directors who know how to run an effective operation and how it fits into the wider health and care systems...
  • What’s changed in neurological care recently and what’s up ahead?

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    This is a natural time for reflection. The summer break is over, but Parliament will lie quiet for the next few weeks while the political parties have their party conferences. It has been a challenging few months for neurological care in England, with the sector left reeling after suffering a serious loss earlier in the year.
  • Taking stock over the summer: what’s changed in end of life care recently and what’s up ahead?

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    In late July, Parliament closed for its summer break, with many politicians jetting off to catch some sun. This is a good time of year to reflect on what has changed recently and to think about what’s around the corner. This blog will look at end of life care, and a subsequent blog will look at neurological conditions.
  • A new plan for end of life care

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    Today sees the launch of the Government's new plan for improving end of life care, which it has set out in a document called ‘Our Commitment to You for End of Life Care’. Duncan Lugton, Policy and Public Affairs Manager (England).