Dignity and Nutrition Reports (Care Quality Commission)

[A version of this item appears in: Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 1 Issue 12, July 2011].

Summary

The Care Quality Commission’s Dignity and Nutrition Inspection Programme aims to look at 100 NHS Trusts, to establish whether people are (a) treated with dignity and respect and (b) get the food and drink that meets their nutritional needs.

Reports on the CQC’s unannounced inspections of individual Trusts are released in batches. Click here to view the latest batch of reports from the programme.

There is also a full list of reports which gives the user selective access to reports on individual Trusts from a comprehensive list in alphabetical order.

Read more on the full Care Quality Commission (2011). Dignity and nutrition inspection programme: national overview.

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