The following article is by Jim Blair and published by the British Journal of Family Medicine, March/April 2016
Many people with learning disabilities are not getting their annual health check, facing increased risk factors to a number of diseases as a result. This article considers what more can be done to help those most at risk
Jim Blair, Consultant Nurse Learning (Intellectual) Disabilities, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Associate Professor Learning Disabilities Kingston and St. George’s Universities
Understanding how to access the myriad health services can be confusing, with a maze of structures making it difficult to traverse a clear path through.
The pressures on time often leads to short consultation slots that do not provide the in-depth opportunity to explore what makes a person’s health tick or ... [click to continue reading]
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