Tag Archives: NHS Constitution

Why the NHS becoming more Parkinson’s friendly can deliver a better person-centred experience

Guest blog by Laura Cockram, Policy and Campaigns Manager at Parkinson’s UK  127,000 people across the UK are living with Parkinson’s – a progressive, neurological condition with no cure. Around a third of people with Parkinson’s develop symptoms before 65, … Continue reading

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Guest Blogspot: The NHS Constitution- the turning point?

The Health and Social Care Act 2012 has always had my support. All my concerns were addressed in the final Act. The thrust of the Bill remained intact.  However, like many other people I was dismayed by the strength of … Continue reading

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