Monthly Archives: November 2013

Client and Patient Experience in Health and Social Care Organisations

In this edition, I would like to highlight the growing importance of patient and client experience within health and social care organisations (and their associated inspection arrangements), and the implications for our work at Words Worth Reading Ltd. Director of … Continue reading

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Private universities for postgrads…

On Sunday 10th November 13, Helena Pozniak provided the following article on a private university fit for postgrads. This article, pasted below, came from the guardian online. We thought we’d share it with our readers as its a good little … Continue reading

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Voluntary Work Can Benefit Your Health and Career

February 22nd 2011. The lives of 340 000 residents of Christchurch, New Zealand, were changed forever by a magnitude 6.2 earthquake. Lives were lost, people were injured, many seriously, homes and businesses were destroyed. I was lucky – 50kms away, … Continue reading

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A lovely little post about ‘basically’…

Steven Poole writes for The Guardian. This week he’s written a lovely little news item on the humble adverb that is ‘basically’. We’ve provided the new piece here for our readers; ‘Should you ever begin a sentence with an adverb? Basically, … Continue reading

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CQC acts to protect those in Cheshire Nursing Home

On Wednesday the CQC provided the following press release: ‘The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is taking action to protect the safety and welfare of people living in a nursing home in Congleton, Cheshire. ‘In a report which is published today, … Continue reading

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Victory for the Gossip Muse

“Brooks had affair with Cameron’s adviser” proclaimed the front page of the i last week. That’s the i, the newspaper founded on the premise that there was a gap in the market for a pithy little publication, not along tabloid … Continue reading

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A guide to confidentiality in health and social care

The Health and Social Care Information Centre (hscic) has released a guide to confidentiality in health and social care which looks at ensuring that all health and social care providers treat confidential information with respect. These newly created guidelines provide … Continue reading

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