specialist assessment

specialist assessment

An assessment of a person’s health and social care needs carried out under the UK’s Single Assessment Process, which explores in detail a person’s specific needs, and may be triggered by a contact or overview assessment.
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Bosses have said the cash covers specialist assessment of the cladding following the Grenfell Tower tragedy - which left 80 people dead on June 14 and sparked a nationwide investigation into residential blocks.
specialist assessment, Intervention and management planning.
My physicians trusted me not to harm anyone, my service manager was delighted about cutting down the specialist assessment waitlist and my nurse manager finally could overhaul the models of care.
The Jay Lennon Foundation aims to fund specialist assessment beds for people suffering from both mental health and addiction problems, claiming those who are desperate are being failed.
The Jay Lennon Foundation aims to fund specialist assessment beds for young people and adults suffering from mental health and addiction problems.
Previously, before these services, patients may have been at risk of lengthy hospital stays and delays in receiving specialist assessment or treatment, as there may be no resident cancer specialists at the hospital where they were being treated.
It is important that we health professionals, including health visitors, are able to educate new mothers about potential breast infection, react promptly to any signs of infection and ensure that they receive specialist assessment as needed.
Urgent referrals to the respiratory service are seen within two weeks, semi-urgent within eight weeks, routine within six months from date of referral, and those not considered to be needing a specialist assessment (below access criteria) are declined and returned to the referrer.
Stop it: 6 See your doctor as soon as possible for confirmation of the diagnosis and specialist assessment of the cause.
Early management and access to appropriate and timely specialist assessment and rehabilitation can have a positive impact.
West Midlands Police said just 50 people with mental health problems ended up in the force's cells over the past year - with more than 1,000 others taken to a specialist assessment suite at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
It means patients with the most severe injuries will be taken to them straight away by ambulance so they can get specialist assessment and treatment and could bypass their local hospital.

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