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Samantha Goncalves is the citizen lead for the Professional Record Standards Body’s social care project, which aims to develop standards for information sharing between social care and health.

Two new surveys will gather information on how people using social care services can benefit from a more connected system, where their needs and values can be shared and understood by all.

Beyond barriers to better information sharing in health and care

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As life expectancy increases, so too does the number of people living with long-term and complex conditions. Meeting their needs has become a challenge in recent years, with many relying on a wide range of different services to receive the …

How digitalised care planning could support my son and others like him

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Stella Smith’s son Andrew has needed considerable ongoing support since the age of four when he was diagnosed with an autism spectrum condition. Ever since then, one of the greatest challenges for Stella and her family has been getting the …

How information sharing can lead to safer care for children

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From helping families living in poverty to intervening in cases of neglect and domestic violence, child and family social workers are valued professionals. To be fully equipped for this varied and demanding role they need the right tools. Lucy Butler, …

Digital care and support planning survey - last chance to contribute

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The Professional Record Standards Body (PRSB) is currently working on the production of a digital care and support planning standard. Following a workshop, they are now conducting a survey for the final stages of the project and Social Care News …