Tag Archives: Delivering Dignity

Social Care Commitment Week (Department of Health)

Summary This week, December 7th – 13th 2015, is Social Care Commitment Week 2015, enabling social care employers and employees to re-assert their commitment to the delivery of high quality and compassionate care. Full Text Link Reference Osterloh, M. (2015). … Continue reading

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Guidance for Commissioners and Providers of Continence Services in England (NHS England)

Summary NHS England has released “Excellence in Continence Care” guidelines for people who commission and provide continence services. Full Text Link Reference This most basic of needs – Dr Martin McShane. London: NHS England, December 4th 2015. This relates to: … Continue reading

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Updated NHS Constitution for England (Department of Health)

Summary The NHS Constitution defines the rights of patients, public and staff, by clarifying NHS commitments and outlining the mutual obligations between the public, patients and staff. The NHS Constitution and the Handbook to the NHS Constitution have been updated … Continue reading

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Dignity in Care: SCIE Videos on Caring With Dignity (SCIE)

Summary The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) has produced three new videos about dignity in care, making eight in total. There are said to be eight main factors which contribute to the provision of dignity with care. Choice and … Continue reading

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SCIE’s Video Simulation of the Dementia Experience (SCIE)

Summary A new film is available online from the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) via SCIE’s Dementia Gateway. It offers an attempt to simulate the subjective experience of how it feels to live with dementia, thereby allowing viewers to … Continue reading

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Guidance on Use of Covert or Visible Cameras to Monitor Care (BBC News / CQC)

Summary The Care Quality Commission Guidance (CQC) has issued a short document offering guidance to people considering use of hidden cameras to monitor the quality of care in care homes, or hospitals, in England. Full Text Link Reference Triggle, N. … Continue reading

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Commission on Hospital Care for Frail Older People (HSJ / Serco / NHS Confederation)

Summary The Commission on Hospital Care for Frail Older People reviewed probably the main question facing the NHS, namely how to care for the country’s increasing number of frail older people. The commission’s conclusion is that hospital providers and commissioners … Continue reading

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