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We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website, giving you easy access to our healthcare provider bulletin, our range of healthcare compliance services, and our resource centre for all writers – student, creative and business orientated. We would love to hear what you think. We have already received feedback from a number of universities about the town-specific proof reading pages, and made tweaks as a result, apologies for any confusion caused. Work continues as we look to develop new online tools to support clients, and our new healthcare provider knowledge hub is almost ready for release.
>> Download January 2016 newsletter as a pdf file
With the arrival of a new year and a new financial quarter comes a growing workload for the Words Worth Reading Ltd team. Our bid writing specialists are currently supporting a number of healthcare provider bid submissions. Our compliance team is also busy, as we seek to support seven new companies achieve CQC registration status, and over a dozen organisations complete their Information Governance Toolkits. With student essay submissions also increasing, it will be a busy few months.
>> Download December 2015 newsletter as a pdf file
The Care Quality Commission Provision for Fees;
Please note, this document is not written by us, it has been added directly from the CQC website. It contains important information about fees for healthcare businesses.
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We have been preparing strategic and year-end reports for a number of medium-sized organisations. In addition we have been supporting the CQC registration process for Police Custody Suites, Nursing Homes and Nursing Agencies. The Information Governance Toolkit completion season is about to kick-off, so preparatory work is underway for this to ensure that clients remain compliant for 2015/16. And of course, there’s the small matter of a website re-launch...
>> Download November 2015 newsletter as a pdf file
This month we have been busy writing bid responses for healthcare clients, carrying out Information Governance internal audits and supporting organisations improve their cyber security.
>> Download October 2015 newsletter as a pdf file
CQC Provision for Fees Document;
Taken directly from the CQC website, this document explains the CQC provision for fees, in accordance with section 85(1) of the Health and Social Care Act 2008.
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The start of autumn has been a busy time for the Words Worth Reading Ltd team. We are excited to be working with new healthcare clients. We have also been busy in our proofreading department, welcoming a new member to the team, Alesha. We are really looking forward to the next few months and the expansion of both our team and services.
>> Download September 2015 newsletter as a pdf file
The summer has continued to be busy for everyone at WWRL. We have been continuing our work with healthcare clients, completing mid-year Information Governance audits. We have also been working with clients who are completing their bids for NHS and private tender opportunities ...
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Ensuring your Organisation is Safe from a Cyber Attack;
All organisations need to be aware of the risks associated with cyber-attacks, and work to ensure that they have mechanisms in place to protect against such attacks occurring.
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We have been working hard with our healthcare clients helping them to complete mid-year IG audits. It is deadline season for students so we have been working with many post-graduates to help them get the most out of their essay and dissertation writing. Despite the busy month, our Managing Director Sam has done a fantastic job raising money for SMA Support UK. This month she took part in a 13km run in aid of the charity.
>> Download July 2015 newsletter as a pdf file
We have been working with healthcare clients to help them begin preparing for their Information Governance internal audits. We have also been busy working alongside a number of students, proofreading dissertations and thesis, so they are ready for submission dates and the end of the academic year.
>> Download June 2015 newsletter as a pdf file
The Case for Play;
Document produced by SENSE.
Sense is a national charity supporting and campaigning for people who are deafblind and those with sensory impairments. Play is a vital part of a child’s development – it helps them to learn, to understand and to grow. Being imaginative and creative with play is particularly important for children with sensory impairments. It is not about specialist play; it is about making all types of play accessible and supporting children to interact.
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Guide to Data Protection;
Document produced by the Information Commissioner's Office
This guide is for those who have day-to-day responsibility for data protection.It explains the purpose and effect of each principle, gives practical examples and answers frequently asked questions.It also contains specialist topics including CCTV, employment and data sharing.
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Cyber Essentials Scheme;
Document produced by the Government
The Cyber Essentials scheme has been developed by Government and industry to fulfil two functions. It provides a clear statement of the basic controls all organisations should implement to mitigate the risk from common internet based threats, within the context of the Government's 10 Steps to Cyber Security. And through the Assurance Framework it offers a mechanism for organisations to demonstrate to customers, investors, insurers and others that they have taken these essential precautions
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Better Care for Carers? An Analysis of Local Better Care Fund Plans;
Document produced by the CARERS TRUST
Carers Trust is a major new charity for, with and about carers. We work to improve support, services and recognition for anyone living with the challenges of caring, unpaid, for a family member or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or addiction problems.
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