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The Care Quality Commission The Care Quality Commission is the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England. ... Maternity and midwifery services 50 Termination of pregnancies 52 Services in slimming clinics 53 Nursing care 55 Family planning services 57
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b SAFE DATA, SAFE CARE The Care Quality Commission is the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England. Our purpose We make sure health and social care services provide people with safe,
programme. There are new priorities such as a focus on Quality Improvement, digital strategy and being more intelligence-driven. We need to build and develop the human rights approach, in response to both internal and external changes. To develop this new version of the Human Rights Approach we have considered:
Sharing examples of best practice from clinical leaders in. November 2017 . Introduction . When services are under pressure, the Care Quality Commission’s priority is to ensure that the people who use them remain safe. CQC recognises the huge pressures facing emergency departments, so to help address these and support local quality
Gypsies and Travellers have poor access to healthcare generally, with difficulty in registering with GPs and poor access to services as a result, including health screening, home visits and access to secondary health care. In our local area fieldwork, not being registered with a GP was identified as an issue that stopped Gypsies and Travellers from
1. Provider’s strategy, policy and procedures for managing behaviour that challenges. 2. Care records to confirm people with behaviour that challenges have had a recent holistic assessment and an individualised behaviour support plan(or equivalent) which is reviewed regularly. 3. Observations or records of staff activity demonstrating:
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In October 2020, the Department for Health and Social Care commissioned CQC to conduct a special review into these concerns. Our review, which took place between November 2020 and January 2021, looked at how DNACPR decisions were made in the context of advance care planning, across all types of health and care sectors,
local provider trust) and NHS Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group (the local health commissioner). Like many other areas, Sheffield had experienced a substantial increase in the number of people being sent out-of-area to long-term, ‘locked rehabilitation’ hospitals, mainly in the private sector. The trend was growing year on year.
safe, high quality maternity care and is a key determinant of the organisational culture in which front line teams operate. When all of these individual elements come together you will find excellent and safe services, where staff are empowered to work …
maternity care in line with the Better Births vision. They work towards a deliverable ... based, good quality, timely information and their personal preferences. It is a process in which clinicians and individuals work together to select tests, management or interventions, based on evidence and the individual’s informed ...
Explanation of Maternity specific terminology used in this report Throughout the text this report sometimes uses terms and words that may be unfamiliar to some readers. Although use of these are kept to a minimum, on occasions they are essential because this is a report about maternity services. These terms and words are highlighted in bold italics
maternity teams effective and safe? Lessons from a series of research on teamwork, leadership, and team training. Acta Obstet Gynecol 2013;92(11):1239-43. 6. Sargeant J, Loney E, Murphy G. Effective interprofessional teams: “contact is not enough” to build a team. J Contin Educ Health Prof 2008;28(4):228-34. 7.