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  • This King’s College London report is based on an online survey of local authority telecare managers carried out between November 2016 and January 2017. The survey, which was funded by the National Institute for Health Research School for Social Care Research, aimed to find out how telecare is being used by local authority adult social care departments to support older people; the largest single group of social care users in England.
  • Published in January 2018 this report was researched by Turning Point, which provides secretariat to the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for complex needs. This report includes lots of fantastic examples of people drawing on their own lived experience to support others and of services recognising the valuable role people with lived experience can play in ensuring services are designed around people's needs.
  • Published in January 2018 by The King's Fund, this report is a call to action on community services. The longstanding ambition to strengthen these services has not been realised. Growing financial and workforce pressures are having an impact on service providers to meet the needs of the population and to make a reality of the vision set out in the NHS five year forward view.
  • Medilink UK strongly advocates that businesses should have a central role in the industrial strategy and any associated processes for innovation, given they invest heavily in research and development, have important applicable skill sets, and have unique specialist market knowledge. Medilink UK believes that the core principles in its formal response to the Accelerated Access Review (AAR) are equally applicable within this response to the Industrial Strategy Green Paper.
  • At a time when the NHS is planning for 2016/17 and beyond, this briefing considers some of the key publications and policy announcements that have come out in the wake of the 2015 Spending Review and offers a commentary on what they might mean for the future landscape of the NHS.