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  1. Top 100 Over 50s Housing Designs 2012

    Top 100 Over 50s Housing Designs 2012

    Compilation of the Top 100 Housing Designs for seniors form around the world. Comprising of Top 30 Designs from Australasia in 2012 (Retirement Villages, Independent Living, Nursing Homes, Dementia, Assisted Living), Top 30 Designs from UK in 2012 (Care Villages, Care Homes, Extra Care, Supported / Sheltered Housing, CCRC and Independent Living) and Top 40 Designs from USA in 2012 (Independent Living, Active Adult, CCRC, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, Dementia, Rental and Supported Housing) Learn More

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    RES000016

    $49.00
  2. Senior Housing Trends - Continuous Education

    Senior Housing Trends - Continuous Education

    A post graduate / advanced certificate course in senior housing is currently being prepared by a world authority.
    The online continuous education course will be available in the last quarter of 2011.
    The advanced certificate course will cover 23 sub-sets of over 50s housing including Affordable Housing, Assisted Living, Care Home, Continuous Care Retirement Communities, Dementia / Alzheimers, Elderly Housing, Extra Care, Home Care, Housing Which Targets Over 50s, Multi-Generational Housing, Nursing Home, Over 50s Housing, Park Housing, Retirement Community, Retirement Flats, Retirement Village, Seniors Housing, Sheltered Housing, Social Housing, Supported Housing, Medical Centres / Hospitals / Hospices, Care Village, Health Care Centre.
    Market demand, architectural design, planning, marketing strategies and sales methodologies will be part of the curriculum.
    The study will also include the opening up of Asia as well as a focus on traditional western markets. Learn More

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  3. Planning UK

    Planning UK

    This online database provides you access to 20 business leads each week on new projects in the Over 50s Housing Sector (Care Homes, Extra Care Home, Care Village, Retirement Village, Continuous Care Retirement Community, Assisted Living, Supported Housing, Sheltered Housing, Social Housing, Affordable Housing, Dementia/Alzheimer's Housing, Palliative, Hospice, Long Term Care, Medical Centre, Community Housing, Hospital Project. There is also an option for a fully searchable database of all projects available * (*at an additional cost / please email your interest) This service is aimed at good and service suppliers who need a constant supply of new business leads. A Sample is available for assessment. Learn More

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    SUB000408

    $299.00
  4. The Future of Extra Care and Retirement Housing

    The Future of Extra Care and Retirement Housing

    A UK study which focuses on an emerging over-50s housing form called Extra Care, which is developing into a fast growing sub-trend suitable for consideration for the South African environment - 30 pages. Learn More

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    REP000042

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  5. Do We Need a National Electronic Summary Care Record?

    Do We Need a National Electronic Summary Care Record?

    Report / 2011 / January / Electronic referrals and discharge summaries can improve the quality and timeliness of clinical communication. The electronic summary care record (SCR) extends the concept of digitral health summaries to create a perpetually updated and centrally stored summary of care, extracting key data from local systems after each encounter. The only major SCR evaluation to date, in England, found that rates of usage were low, and any impact on care was difficult to quantify. The SCR is seen by some as a first step to building a natinoal distributed shared electronic health record (SEHR). However, the SCR may be a problematic diversion, creating a need for centralised databases, while the SEHR can function by sharing locally stored records, letters and discharge summaries. Uncertainty about the quality and provenance of SCR data raises concerns about patient safety, as key data may be absent and old data may persist, partly because of a lack of ownership of the summary. A national e-health strategy should emphasise the true stepping stones to a distributed and shared electronic record, including encouraging the uptake and meaningful use of electronic clinical records, clinical messaging, electronic discharge summaries and letters, and services such as decision support and e-prescribing, all of which have good evidence to support them. Learn More

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    REP000202

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