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What kind of reform would you like to see to older people's care in England?

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Do you feel strongly about older people’s care? Help us by answering our survey and be in with the chance of winning a £50 amazon voucher.

What kind of reform would you like to see to older people’s care in England?

How serious a risk do cuts to health and social care provision pose to the dignity of your older patients?

In partnership with the charity Age UK, which has just launched the Care in Crisis campaign, Nursing Times is investigating what
nurses think about current changes in social care provision and would like to hear your views on this important issue.

If you haven’t already, please take a few minutes to complete our survey.

All respondents will remain anonymous and once you have completed the survey please email nursingtimescomments@emap.com with your name and address to be entered into our prize draw with the chance of winning a £50 amazon voucher.

The prize consists of one £50 Amazon voucher. The winner will be selected at random. The competition is open until 31 January. The winner will be notified by email within 14 days of the closing deadline. No cash alternative is offered. This competition is open to any person completing this survey, except to employees of Emap, their families or any other person connected with the competition’s administration. Entrants must be 18 years old or over.

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  • What kind of reform would you like to see to older people’s care in England?

    How serious a risk do cuts to health and social care provision pose to the dignity of your older patients?

    The survey is aimed at the second statement, not what kind of reform we would like to see for older people.

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