Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Booktrust Best Book Awards 2014

The Booktrust Best Book Awards, in association with Amazon Kindle, aim to find the very best children’s books the UK has to offer. The judging panel for the brand new awards has now been announced and include names from literature, … Continue reading

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Judges Announced for The Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award 2014

The judges have been announced for The Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award 2014, the world’s most valuable prize for a single short story. The Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award is worth £30,000 to the winning author. This year’s … Continue reading

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CQC Revises its Priority Bands for Inspection

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published its latest Intelligent Monitoring (IM) reports for acute and specialist trusts in England. The changes coincide with the CQC’s new approach to regulation, helping it decide where to prioritise its hospital inspections. The … Continue reading

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CQC hires Dr Kim Holt as professional advisor

The CQC have hired paediatrician Dr Kim Holt as they develop further their new approach to inspection. Dr Holt started her temporary role as a professional advisor by leading a workshop with people who have whistleblowing experience, who discussed the … Continue reading

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Revealed: The first GP areas to undergo inspection from the CQC

The 12 CCG areas to face the new-style CQC inspections have been announced. The regulator aims to visit a quarter of practices in these areas between April and June this year. All practices in Brighton and Hove, North East Essex, … Continue reading

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