Macmillan 'We are undefeatable' Physical Activity Resources
Macmillan have partnered with leading charities on a new campaign to help people living with cancer, and other long-term health conditions, to become or stay physically active.
The We Are Undefeatable campaign, in partnership with Sport England, supports people to build physical activity into their lives
Physiotherapy After COVID-19 Evaluation (PACE)
The CSP are launching a snapshot audit, PACE (Physiotherapy After COVID Evaluation), aimed at building a picture of the rehabilitation needs of people with COVID-19, who are currently known to community physiotherapy services.
Macmillan survey about the impact of COVID-19 on people with cancer
Ambitions Partners - Clinical Innovations Survey
COVID-19 has changed healthcare delivery in the UK. New and innovative ways of working have been rapidly developed across the NHS. As we move into the next phase of COVID-19, we want to act quickly to ensure that beneficial changes and innovations are captured and sustained in the new NHS as it evolves in the coming months and years.
NHS England and Improvement want to hear from healthcare professionals across the system.
ACPOPC COVID-19 Update
This is the latest update of COVID-19 resources that members might find useful
'Supporting Someone with Breathlessness' Resource
This is a new evidence-based resource for informal carers
COVID19 Latest Resources
A review of the latest COVID19 resources and research that our members might find useful
COVID-19 Resources for ACPOPC members
A summary of relevant COVID-19 resources for ACPOPC members
Maximising mobility in older people when isolated with COVID-19 - new rapid review
The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford have produced a rapid review of maximising mobility in older people when isolated with COVID-19
NHS England Clinical guide for the management of palliative care in hospital during the coronavirus pandemic
NHS England/ Improvement have produced clinical guidance for the management of palliative care in hospital during the coronavirus pandemic