The Duty of Candour is a legal requirement for health, care service and social work organisations to inform people (and their families) when they have been harmed (either physically or psychologically) as a result of the care or treatment they have received.
Liz Taylor, Chair of Care Development East presented a Duty of Candour session to the Registered Managers Network at the first meeting of 2019.
Here is the link to the presentation. (this will download to your PC)
Katrina Love from Katrina Love Coaching and Personal Development presented a session on Managing Stress and Vicarious Trauma to the Network during November.
The link to the presentation can be found here
Anita Walkinshaw the Falls Prevention Co-ordinator from East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust presented at our September Registered Manager's event.
Below are the links to documents that you may find useful:
Below is the link for the root cause analysis fishbone model from the NHS. There are other models on the internet also.
Please see below the latest information exchange for Registered Managers; this includes features from NICE, NHS Flu Fighters and a signposting piece on GDPR that you may find helpful.
Linda Barbour of Calm for Change presented at the network meeting held 21 March 2018. Linda looked at coaching, self-belief and networking. The documents from this session can be found collated together here
During the update section of the meeting the following topics were mentioned and below are links to the relevant sites:
New CQC guidance on assessing the financial viability of providers applying for registration
New guidance form LGA and Ombudsman on clear costs info
Consultation on care workforce - closes at 10:00 on Monday 09 April 2018
Take part in the consultation
We also discussed wellbeing in general and the Time to Change website was mentioned. Here is a link to the website where you can find out how to implement this within your workplace.
During the Registered Manager’s Network meeting held 24 January 2018, we heard from Fran Woodall of Skills for Care. Fran outlined for us the changes in apprenticeships, QCF’s to RQF’s and the way in which funding is changing and all this information can be found in her presentation.
Fran has also answered two questions she took away with her and provided links to areas on Skills for Care’s website for further information.
Following the Registered Manager Network meeting on 6th September please see resources available below:
Presentation by Jennifer Dudley from NAPA who talked about the importance of activities in the sector.
During the workshop an app was mentioned which can assist with activities. The app is called Memory Box and a link is here for your information: http://memoryboxapp.org/
Resources available from the Registered Managers Meeting on 7th June below:
Presentation by Charlotte Bate from MAD-HR on Sickness Monitoring