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Key points to include in Information Governance training

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Pulling together a training package on Information Governance can be harder that it may first seem.

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Key points to include in your Information Governance leaflet

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Information Governance information is crucial.

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Top tips on drawing up an Information Governance information map

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One of the requirements of the NHS Information Governance toolkit is...

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How to create a robust Information Governance Action Plan

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One of the evidence requirements of the NHS Information Governance Toolkit is that...

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Checklist of documents you need when submitting your registration application to the CQC

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Have you been identified as the Registered Manager for your Healthcare Organisation?

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Handy hints for ensuring that your communication with the CQC is successful!

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The Care Quality Commission is the organisation which...

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What information do I need to present as the Registered Manager?

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Have you been allocated as the Registered Manager for your healthcare organisation?

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Understanding the Care Quality Commission's key terms

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The Care Quality Commission is the organisation which...

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What is the health and social care bill?

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The Health and Social Care Bill is...

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Introduction to the Care Quality Commission

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Since April 2010 the Care Quality Commission has gradually introduced legal requirements for a number of organisations, in relation to the provision of health, adult social care and dental services. These requirements relate to all providers of a regulated service as defined by the Health and Social Care Act 2008.

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Is it possible to declare non-compliance with the CQC?

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With all health and social care providers now well into the process of applying for registration with the Care Quality Commission, many providers are finding that when they get down to the nitty gritty of looking at the standards that the CQC are expecting, they're not actually in a position to declare that they comply with them all. But what does this mean for a provider? Well, importantly you can still achieve CQC registration but there may be some compliance conditions applied and an expectation that you will work proactively to achieve compliance in the near future.

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How to navigate your way around the NHS Information Governance online toolkit assessment pages

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If you are new to the NHS Information Governance online toolkit, you might be a little put off when you first navigate yourself to the site. It can be a little daunting; what with all of its bright primary colours, toolbars, scrolling menus and highlighted buttons.

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Which policies are needed for the NHS Information Governance Toolkit?

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The NHS's Information Governance Toolkit asks that you provide a range of documentation as evidence that you and your organisation are compliant with the Information Governance Standards, as set out by Connecting for Health in the Information Governance online Toolkit.

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Why it's important to ensure that documentation on equality is accessible to all

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The Human Rights Commission releases information and guidelines on equality issues that must be read, understood and adhered to by the audience for which they are intended. Often, these specific audiences are Public Sector bodies; namely Local or Central Government, Charities, Fire Brigades, Police Forces and the NHS. It is imperative that the information contained within their guidelines is cascaded throughout an organisation, and that it is adhered to by all. However, the information that the Human Rights Commission provides is often tediously long, difficult to understand and even more difficult to interpret in light of a specific organisation, force, hospital or borough.

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What makes good website content

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Website content, i.e. the text that is added to a website, is hugely important to the success of a website, and thus by default, to the success of the company that the website is advertising. Most companies nowadays have a website, and they recognise as part of their marketing strategy just how important it is to have an online presence. However, whilst a lot of time, money and energy is often put into designing a website and agreeing how the website should look and function, frequently the text for the website gets forgotten, or is considered as an after-thought at the end of the design process. This is a rooky mistake often made, for the quality of the website content or 'copy' as it is often referred to, can make or break the success of a website.

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