Delivering Quality Health Services – a Global Imperative for Universal Health Coverage. Report from WHO

Delivering Quality Health Services – a Global Imperative for Universal Health Coverage. Report from WHO

The report highlights that sickness associated with poor quality health care imposes additional expenditure on families and health systems

 

Poor quality health services are holding back progress on improving health in countries at all income levels, according to a new joint report by the OECD,

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Books about employment and volunteering for people with learning disabilities and autism moving into work

Hannah Pimble writes: We have just launched four books about employment and volunteering designed specifically to support people with learning disabilities and autism in moving towards work.

The project has been funded by the Department for Work and Pensions and has directly involved over 200 people

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"If you want to deal with the issue of poverty...you can't just deal with housing, you can't just deal with education...

 

Video  from New Zealand

 

“ - You really have to deal with the joined-up nature of the problems."

Liz Weaver from the Tamarack Institute shares her wisdom in this one-hour session for anyone interested in shared measurement within a Collective Impact initiative. 

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Together for Short Lives (TfSL) has set out a five-year strategy to improve children’s palliative across the UK

There are at least 49,000 children with life-limiting conditions across the UK, with this number set to rise. Meanwhile funding is failing to keep pace.
 

The charity’s new strategy for 2018-2023, called “Together for the 49,000+”, focuses on achieving positive change for babies, children and

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