Tag Archives: Information Governance

Care home worker sentenced

A care home worker who abused a resident at a home in London has been sentenced today. Jonathan Aquino, 30, was sentenced to 18 months, half custodial and half on licence, for abusing an 80 year old woman with dementia … Continue reading

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Information Governance: Maintaining strong records management during periods of change

The Department of Health’s Information Governance Policy team has prepared guidance aimed at those organisations going through a period of organisational change. The document should help NHS organisations to manage their information during the transitional period. The guidance provides advice … Continue reading

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NHS CEOs confirm that IG will remain top priority

With changes planned to commissioning structures and with increasingly diverse care providers, Sir David Nicholson, NHS Chief Executive and Christopher Graham, Information Commissioner have published a joint letter to ensure that we continue to give information governance the priority and … Continue reading

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NHS Information Standards

NHS Information Standards are a powerful tool for organisations of all sizes, supporting innovation, improving services and increasing productivity. Effective standardisation of standards supports the enhancement of services, enabling an organisation to effectively shape the delivery of safe, interoperable and … Continue reading

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Information Governance Training figures improve

There has been real progress seen in the number of individuals completing the NHS Information Governance Training toolkit which can be found online. IG Training was mandated at 95% of all staff to pass the “Introduction to Information Governance” or … Continue reading

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Information Governance Toolkit – voluntary sector requirements

When version 9 of the Information Governance Toolkit was released earlier this year, it brought with it the opportunity for organisations belonging to the voluntary sector to undertake Information Governance assessment and registration. The voluntary sector ‘view’ on the Information … Continue reading

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Morning!

Good morning – it’s a beautiful day here – hope you are enjoying the spring weather wherever you are too! Last night should have been Zumba night for myself and Catherina, the Director of Ops here at WWRL, but wine … Continue reading

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IG rules the day!

Information Governance looms ahead of me today as I prepare to draft the assessment for one of our Independent Healthcare Provider clients. Whilst the evidence preparation is often a lot of fun (there’s leaflets to create and training material to … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Words Worth Reading Ltd blog

Hi, and welcome to our blog! Current customers and followers will know that we have a dedicated news blog that’s been successfully up and running for the past six months, providing daily news posts relating to the worlds of Students, … Continue reading

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