care event

care event

A discrete unit of care carried out by a health or social care professional for an individual—e.g. a GP consultation, or an outpatient appointment.
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They especially want to target specific groups of women who do not take up screening opportunities including those with learning disabilities, women with mental health problems and Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Today a health care event is being held at the Co-op sports club in Dugdale Street.
THE trust has a special diary to help relatives of patients on end-of-life care, which I presented recently at a high-profile palliative care event.
For instance, the misunderstandings about long-term care shown in the survey indicate that people don't understand the huge burden a long-term care event will have both on their finances and family.
A long-term care event may very well be the single most devastating event that could befall your clients in retirement.
Saudi Health 2014, considered to be the largest health care event in the Kingdom, concluded on Wednesday, with a record number of 12,000 visitors.
You should explore your future home options now, before the urgency of a health care event limits your choices.
Catch Mash on Saturday at the Electric Frog/Pressure afterparty and Moskito in Glasgow, and on Sunday at the Macmillan Cancer Care event at Mini Bar and Saint Judes with Mia Dora.
In short, the annual cost of a long-term care event requiring formal (paid) services can be as little as $11,000 per year for a nominal amount of care to more than $212,000.
One of those factors is a major long-term care event.
Sam James, Marie Curie Cancer Care event fundraiser, said: "There is a really special atmosphere at our Mountain Challenge events.
We would like to thank NSWNA for enabling us to attend the aged care event at the National Press Club on 11 April.