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Canlyniadau chwilio am care act 2014

Yn dangos 31 i 45 o 438 canlyniadau

Promoting the value of regulation

Aim: The public, registrants, students and employers understand the value and importance of regulated health and care professionals

Confidentiality

Support and guidance relating to how health and care professionals handle information about service users

Other organisations

There are a number of other regulatory organisations in the UK which regulate health and care professionals

Disclosing information to regulators

There are a number of regulators – such as the General Medical Council, the Care Quality Commission and us – who may need you to pass on information to them

Introduction to confidentiality

Confidentiality means protecting personal information, this information might include details of a service user’s lifestyle, family, health or care needs which they want to be kept private

Sale, supply and administration

Local arrangements can be made to allow health and care professionals who are not prescribers to supply or administer medicines

Being open when things go wrong

Case study on being open and honest if something has gone wrong in any care, treatment or other services they have provided

Standards in practice: being open when things go wrong

The duty of candour is important for anyone working in health and care, but what does it mean in practice?

Employer insight: Moving to the UK to practice and the challenges of finding employment

Doreen is a physiotherapist working in an intermediate care team, and speaks about the steps one Recruiting Manager took that made a real difference

Check the Register

We keep a Register of health and care professionals who meet our standards for their training, professional skills, behaviour and health

My Story – Nusrat Kauser

To mark South Asian Heritage Month 2021, Nusrat Kauser candidly shares her story and details the reality of what she has experienced in the health and care sector as a South Asian woman.

My Story - Rachel Karanja

In celebration of Black History Month Rachel shares some inspiring words of what she has learned and experienced as a black health and care professional in the UK.

Promote high quality professional practice

Aim: Enable our professions to meet our standards so they are able to adapt to changes in health and care practice delivery, preventing harm to service users.

Consent and confidentiality

It is important that you get the service user’s permission, or ‘consent’, before you share or disclose their information or use it for reasons which are not related to the care or services you provide for them

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