Ruby Marshall MBE ‘retired’ as Chair of NESCHA just before our conference
Ruby has provided outstanding leadership and worked tirelessly as a founder and Chair of NESCHA. Ruby helped start the organisation which has carried out a wide range of work since since the very beginning in 2005. Ruby who is 86 years old has decided to stand down from some of the many organisations she has worked with but will continue as a Board member of NESCHA. Ruby was presented with an engraved glass bowl, flowers and a ‘This is Your Life ‘ book, by Ron Wood the new Chair.
A Kings Fund Evaluation has come to some challenging and interesting conclusions about the CQC inspection regime especially for GP Practices
New ways of paying for care of the older population as new figures emerge that Japan has highest proportion of older people in the world
A couple of NESCHA members play a key part in these assessments