Blog


Health and Social Care - are we effective?

Health and Social Care – are we effective?

For us one of the key things whilst working with service users is communication. It’s easy to think that the way we communicate is okay for our service users and customers. However often this has to be adapted and new skills can be learnt and put in to practice. It also underpins and promotes Person Centred Care.

Continue Reading

Steps for an Effective Healthcare Quality Assurance System

Steps for an Effective Healthcare Quality Assurance System

Because it’s crucial to analyse and monitor how effective our care services are, it’s important to have systems in place to help deliver and implement them. One of the most important benefits of a strong healthcare quality assurance program is the opportunity to quickly identify problems that can affect service user care or safety and make immediate changes. In some cases, that may involve additional staff training.

Continue Reading

Importance of Ongoing Training and Education in Healthcare

Importance of Ongoing Training and Education in Healthcare

With escalating financial pressures being placed upon health and care services, it becomes increasingly hard to justify spending on education and training. At the same time however, healthcare practitioners are being expected to take on new and expanded roles in the development and management of care services which were once the domain of their secondary care colleagues.

Continue Reading