Local authorities have seen an increase in the number of looked after children coming through the system. Clare Connell and Lilya Tata of Connell Consulting delve deeper. The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has been widespread, causing social and economic upheaval,...
There has been a policy-driven move towards returning responsibility for healthcare to the individual; while greater independence, choice and control over their care sounds like a positive move, for care providers, this can come with inherent risk. Clare Connell and...
The courts, local authorities and employers are driving up the demand for drug and alcohol testing, meaning a pleasant high for test providers, find Clare Connell and Charlotte Bushnell of Connell Consulting.
With aggression towards health and care workers a key cause of staff turnover, Clare Connell and Henry Hunt of Connell Consulting look into what can be done to reduce it.
Inmates of the UK’s prison service face a double bind of rising health issues and a growing shortage of medical staff, find Clare Connell and Ryan Perrott of Connell Consulting.
Service users with learning disabilities face many barriers to joined up care as they move between stakeholders – and the price can be their lives. Clare Connell and Henry Hunt investigate how to prevent healthcare inequalities and improve life expectancy.
Northamptonshire County Council has declared itself bankrupt. Ryan Perrott and Clare Connell of Connell Consulting ask what does this actually mean for social care?
Infrastructure funds are seeking the predictable haven of social care to meet institutional investor demand, find Clare Connell and Henry Hunt of Connell Consulting.
A problem shared is a problem halved? Clare Connell and Ryan Perrott analyse whether the Shared Lives scheme is the most effective method for moving more care into the community.