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Research round up w/c 17 May 2021Research round up w/c 17 May 2021

National Audit Office: Initial learning from the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic - draws out learning from a number of reports, including their earlier The adult social care market in England. Amongst other things, the report highlights staff shortages in social care and the need to put the NHS and social care on an equal footing.

Good Governance Institute: Adult social care and ICSs: time for action? - Recommendations include for the NHS and ICS' to engage effectively with adult social care and the independent care sector and for workforce issues to be connected - suggesting that ICS workforce groups need adult social care provider representation.

SCIE: Prevention in social care

The Alzheimer's Society report a 27% increase in emergency admissions for people with dementia. Three quarters of family carers say their loved one experienced medical issues because of a lack of support.

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