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    Women’s health is one of the most political issues of our time. Much like the rest of society, health systems have been created by men for men – and women have been left to fit around the edges. Despite incredible medical advances across the world for women, they remain infantilised and controlled by patriarchal health systems. PPP’s international report, chaired by Dame Clare Gerada and Dame Lesley Regan, will change this narrative. Join us to round off International Women’s Week on the 11th March 2022 to delve deeper into the report’s findings – as we challenge the status quo and put wo
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    At the launch of Public Policy Projects' first international women’s health report, this webinar will examine how societies have got it so badly wrong when it comes to inequalities within women’s health, and what can be done to fix it. Join us as we present alongside the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women where we will be launching PPP’s first international women’s health report A Woman’s Health Agenda: Redressing the Balance. The reproductive challenges faced by a white woman in the UK are vastly different to her Punjabi counterpart in Pakistan. Equally, the challenge of cervical can
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    Nadia Leake and Rachel Collum discuss the need for Family Integrated Care (FIcare) in neonatal intensive care units (NICU). FIcare is an approach that facilitates parents to be primary caregivers to their child while they are in NICU, allowing them to love and nurture their child. For it to work well, it requires a culture in the hospital that encourages bonding and family. Nadia and Rachel discuss their own experiences of FIcare, and of units where it has not yet been fully developed, and underline how the approach enables families to bond and supports better outcomes for premature babie
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    The report addresses MSK inequalities in the following categories: Digital access and health literacy Communities Prevention Children and young people Data Waiting lists Care gap Status of MSK
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    Key results of this survey include: 66% of homecare providers who responded are now having to refuse new requests for home care. 43% of care home providers are closing to new admissions. 21% of providers of homecare are handing back existing care packages. an 18% vacancy rate and 14% absence rate amongst providers who responded, as a result of the Omicron variant (overall a shortage of around a third of all staff, on average, across the survey).
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    The authors highlight key progress at a system level: There have been independent reviews of everyone who was found in segregation in the initial review. In July 2021, the government published its new ‘National Strategy for autistic children, young people and adults’. The strategy contains the government’s vision for autistic people and their families across six priority areas including tackling health and care inequalities for autistic people, building the right support in the community and supporting people in inpatient care. NHS England is carrying out a review of advoca
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