The Top 10 Insights from the “Science of a Meaningful Life” in 2015 – Mindful

More than a decade after Greater Good first started reporting on the science of compassion, generosity, happiness—what we call “the science of a meaningful life”—the research in our field is acquiring ever more nuance and sophistication. New studies build on and even re-interpret findings from previous years, particularly as their authors use more exacting methods,

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Inquiry to investigate how aged care residents will fare without registered nurses on duty 24/7 – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Updated August 05, 2015 08:58:52 Photo: An inquiry will examine how aged care residents will be affected if registered nurses are not rostered on all shifts. (ABC News) Map: NSW An inquiry will examine how New South Wales' most vulnerable aged care residents will fare in a future without registered nurses on duty at all

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Aged care: power to the people

The new Consumer Directed Care program starts on July 1 and is expected to impact about 200,000 people. It removes spending decisions worth billions of dollars from home care providers and hands them to families, and follows government concerns that some providers were not doing what they should. However, seniors with more money will have

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What the NHS can learn from healthcare innovations around the world | Healthcare Professionals Network | The Guardian

The Five Year Forward View – the vision for the future of the NHS in England – will require radical change at every level of the healthcare system. We must take advantage of innovative ways of working, engage patients in their own care and implement new treatments and technologies. But the time lag between innovation

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