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MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Lords debates Access to Palliative Care Bill

By   /  June 14, 2019  /  AM-NC, billnews, British Parliament News, charities, communitiesandfamilies, communitycare, CTF, diseases, DJF, elderlypeople, England, English, Europe, familylaw, great britain, healthservices, healthservicesandmedicine, healthstaffandprofessions, houseoflords, KB, lordsnews, medicalethics, Medicine, MIL OSI, News, Open Source Intel, Parliament, parliamentgovernmentandpolitics, patientrightsandcomplaints, Population, sicknessdisabilityandcarers'benefits, UK Politics, United Kingdom  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Lords debates Access to Palliative Care Bill

Source: British Parliament News 13 June 2019 Members of the Lords, including a former president of the British Medical Association and a former chair of the Palliative Care Strategy Implementation Board for Wales, will discuss the key principles and purpose of the Access to Palliative Care Bill, during second reading on Friday 14 June. This is a […]

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MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Urgent question on “simply appalling” situation at Whorlton Hall

By   /  May 23, 2019  /  Aid, AM-NC, British Parliament News, commonsnews, CTF, DJF, Economy, Education, England, English, Europe, great britain, Health, healthservices, healthservicesandmedicine, houseofcommons, Investment, KB, MIL OSI, News, Open Source Intel, Parliament, patientrightsandcomplaints, Show on home page, UK Politics, United Kingdom  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Urgent question on “simply appalling” situation at Whorlton Hall

Source: British Parliament News 23 May 2019 The Government has been asked to make a statement following a report on BBC’s Panorama that showed mistreatment of vulnerable adults at Whorlton Hall specialist hospital Whorlton Hall is a privately run, NHS funded specialist hospital in County Durham. The report revealed mistreatment of its patients with autism […]

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MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Lords debates mental health of children and young adults

By   /  May 16, 2019  /  agediscrimination, AM-NC, British Parliament News, charities, childcare, children'ssocialservices, childrenandfamilies, childsupport, communitiesandfamilies, communitycare, CTF, DJF, England, English, Equality, Europe, familylaw, great britain, Health, healtheducationandpreventivemedicine, healthservices, healthservicesandmedicine, healthstaffandprofessions, houseoflords, KB, Labour, lordsnews, mentalhealth, MIL OSI, News, Open Source Intel, Parliament, parliamentgovernmentandpolitics, patientrightsandcomplaints, socialservices, UK Politics, United Kingdom  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Lords debates mental health of children and young adults

Source: British Parliament News 15 May 2019 On Thursday 16 May, members of the House of Lords will debate the mental health of children and young adults in the UK. Members taking part will include a trustee of the Centre for Mental Health and the former chair of the Values-based Child and Adolescent Mental Health […]

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MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Lords debates issues facing disabled people

By   /  May 9, 2019  /  AM-NC, British Parliament News, Census, charities, children'ssocialservices, childrenandfamilies, communitiesandfamilies, communitycare, crimecivillawjusticeandrights, CTF, disabilitydiscrimination, DJF, England, English, Equality, Europe, great britain, healthfinance, healthservices, healthservicesandmedicine, houseoflords, humanrights, incomesandpoverty, KB, lordsnews, mentalhealth, MIL OSI, News, Open Source Intel, Parliament, parliamentgovernmentandpolitics, patientrightsandcomplaints, Population, sicknessdisabilityandcarers'benefits, socialsecurityandpensions, socialservices, specialeducationalneeds, UK Politics, United Kingdom  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Lords debates issues facing disabled people

Source: British Parliament News 08 May 2019 Members of the House of Lords, including former Paralympians and those with personal experience of disability, will debate issues facing people with disabilities and the potential for improved treatment and outcomes in the next 50 years on Thursday 9 May. This is a general debate. They normally take place […]

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