Monthly Archives: February 2019

CQC Guidance For Adult Social Care Service Providers on Client Relationships and Sexuality – Are You Compliant?

The CQC has published new guidance setting out how care providers should consider people’s relationship and sexuality needs. The guidance builds on the quality framework, adding further detail on issues like relationships, diversity and protecting people from harm. It covers a … Continue reading

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FSB Launches Fair Pay, Fair Play Campaign in Support of SMEs

Ahead of the Spring Statement next month, FSB’s Fair Pay, Fair Play campaign calls on Government to enlist the help of Non-Executive Directors, making them responsible for payment time targets, strengthen payment enforcement and adopt Project Bank Accounts in public procurement, … Continue reading

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Students Interested in AI Encouraged to Stay on at University

The government has launched a graduate artificial intelligence (AI) drive to boost productivity and create high skilled jobs. Under the plans announced this week a new industry-funded AI Masters will be introduced and 16 dedicated centres will be opened at universities across … Continue reading

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Poor Governance and Risk Management Leads to CQC Awarding Cosmetic Surgery Centre an Inadequate Rating

A London cosmetic surgery centre has been rated Inadequate overall by the Care Quality Commission. Wimpole Aesthetic Centre, in Marylebone, was rated Inadequate for being safe and well-led. It was rated Requires Improvement for being effective and responsive. There was … Continue reading

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