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Achieving Quality End-Of-Life Care Within the Prison Population: New Guidance

Anita Hayes, Tes Smith

Over 85,000 people are currently being held in prisons across England and Wales (Ministry of Justice, 2011; Berman, 2012), and this figure is expected to rise to nearly approximately 95,000 by 2017 (Ministry of Justice, 2011). The number of older prisoners is therefore expected to increase and predictions indicate that... Read full article

Route to Success: Achieving Quality for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People

Bridget Moss, Claire Henry, Tes Smith

In the UK, accurate numbers of people who identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) are hard to establish. Official figures vary between 750,000 (Office for National Statistics, 2010) and 3.6 million (Parliament UK, 2009). In 2009, the number of people who had sought gender reassignment treatment was... Read full article

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