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Guest blog: Design rehab for the person, not the condition

Sara Hazzard, Assistant Director of Strategic Communications at the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, continues our guest blog series responding to our 'You Only Had To Ask' report on what people with multiple conditions say about health equity.

A recent report from The Taskforce on Multiple Conditions, You Only Had To Ask,  paints a disturbing picture of those struggling to make sense of a healthcare system in desperate need of a redesign.

Guest blog: “All these sources of inequalities are avoidable by reasonable means” - multiple conditions and the social determinants of health

Peter Goldblatt, Senior Advisor, UCL Institute of Health Equity, continues our guest blog series responding to our 'You Only Had To Ask' report on what people with multiple conditions say about health equity.

Supporting clinicians to help people to move

Our Director Neil Tester blogs about why we're supporting a new consensus statement on physical activity

Today The Richmond Group of Charities is proud to endorse the important new consensus statements on the risks of physical activity for people living with long-term conditions. The statements’ publication is a big step forward in helping health professionals to support people with health conditions to get the many benefits of moving more in ways that work for them.

Guest blog: Protecting the title Nurse in UK law

Nursing is the most trusted profession, but anyone in the UK can refer to themselves as a nurse even if they have been struck off, have no qualifications or have been convicted of a crime, writes Professor Alison Leary.

A group of nurses and researchers are calling on government to help protect the public by changing the law to protect the title nurse: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/587939.

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