Archive of EHE articles and press releases: 2009-2007

See below for a range of articles and press releases about the Enhancing the Healing Environment programme from 2009-2007.

EHE articles and press releases: 2009

A fresh approach to dementia care environments – Nursing Times, December 2009

Nurses are leading multi-disciplinary clinical teams to enhance the healing environment for people with dementia.

Care home's sunny outlook – The Guardian, 21 October 2009

The innovative redesign of ;a home helping men who have potentially dangerous dementia is benefiting staff as well as the residents.

People with dementia to benefit from major investment in health care environments – The King's Fund, 30 April 2009

The physical environment in which the NHS cares for people with dementia is to be improved as a result of the next phase of The King's Fund's Enhancing the Healing Environment programme, funded by the Department of Health.

EHE articles and press releases: 2008

Steps to improve the physical setting in end-of-life care – Nursing Times, 23 May 2008

The Department of Health has announced new funding to improve the standard of care settings for dying patients and bereaved relatives.

Nursing Times talks to Sarah Waller on palliative care – Nursing Times, 21 May 2008

Sarah Waller, nurse and programme director for The King's Fund's Enhancing the Healing Environment programme explains the basis for a new £1 million programme to improve facilities to care for patients at the end of life.

Dying patients and their relatives to benefit from Department of Health investment in hospital environments – The King's Fund, 15 May 2008

The physical environment in which the NHS cares for thousands of dying patients is to be transformed as a result of a new £1 million programme funded by the Department of Health, led by The King's Fund.

The King's Fund staff recognised in New Year honours – The King's Fund, 2 January 2008

In the 2008 New Year honours list Professor David Knowles, senior associate at The King's Fund, and Mrs Sarah Waller, a programme director at the Fund, were made CBEs.

EHE articles and press releases: 2007

People at the end of life and the bereaved to benefit from investment in hospital environments – The King's Fund, 29 November 2007

A new phase of The King's Fund's Enhancing the Healing Environment scheme will benefit those approaching the end of life, the bereaved and the frontline staff who care for them.

Health care environments in prisons in London to be transformed for benefit of prisoners and staff – The King's Fund, 4 June 2007

Five prisons in London are to have the environments in which they deliver health care transformed for the benefit of prisoners and the staff who care for them as part of a new pilot scheme in London.

Within reach – The Guardian, 31 January 2007

Treating people with acute psychiatric problems can mean sparse, unappealing wards - but what if stimulation is the key?

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