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    The power of networks in adult social care

    The power of networks in adult social care

    Good managers and leaders in social care are committed to embedding best practice through engaging with their peers, sharing information and growing their knowledge. The importance and value of networking shouldn’t be underestimated. Skills for Care facilitates registered manager networks, covering every local authority area in England. They offer registered managers the chance to meet […]

    1st March 2018 | By | Reply More
    Artificial intelligence could offer a solution to care staff dissatisfaction, claims care technology expert

    Artificial intelligence could offer a solution to care staff dissatisfaction, claims care technology expert

    IN RESPONSE to the Unison report, Making Visits Matter, released on 29 September 2017, leading rostering software provider Webroster is issuing its call for the care industry to react and adopt artificial intelligence as a possible solution.       Nigel Gittins, managing director of the company that specialises in care industry workforce management solutions, comments: “Unison’s […]

    3rd October 2017 | By | Reply More
    Training – Invest in your care workers and reduce staff turnover

    Training – Invest in your care workers and reduce staff turnover

    This year sees the introduction of key government reforms to apprenticeship funding and frameworks. It will give many care providers cause to review their current training models, as Tracy Johnson, Head of Quality & Compliance at Heathcotes Group, explains…   From May, the way apprenticeships are financed changed significantly with two new funding models. Employers […]

    23rd May 2017 | By | Reply More
    Healthcare workers blame skills shortages on poor patient care

    Healthcare workers blame skills shortages on poor patient care

    The majority of UK healthcare workers (89.7%) believe that worsening skills shortages are reducing levels of patient care, with 77.5% believing that low salaries are to blame for the lack of talent in this sector, according to data from job site, CV-Library. The study, which explored the attitudes of over 1,000 healthcare workers towards key […]

    4th July 2016 | By | Reply More
    How is a GP’s time spent?

    How is a GP’s time spent?

    Many of Britain’s GPs are worn-out due to their ever-growing workloads, that’s according to the Chair of the Royal College of General Practioners. As well as being a subject that is widely reported on in the news, this is also a topic that is debated in contemporary society. However, with recent technological advancements there are […]

    16th February 2016 | By | 1 Reply More
    Fostering team spirit and flexibility could reduce care home staff turnover

    Fostering team spirit and flexibility could reduce care home staff turnover

    Seventeen employees in the same Sussex nursing home have notched up nearly 250 years’ care experience. The staff at Patcham Nursing Home, just outside Brighton on the edge of the South Downs, include nurses, cleaners, care assistants, and a chef, with a combined service of 241 years. The home says the factors which it has […]

    29th October 2015 | By | Reply More
    Award-winning NorseCare appoints de Poel health+care

    Award-winning NorseCare appoints de Poel health+care

    Norfolk’s largest care home provider, NorseCare Ltd has appointed the UK’s leading independent experts in managing the supply of temporary staff to the healthcare sector, de Poel health+care.   Based in Norwich, NorseCare manages 23 residential care homes and 14 housing with care schemes across the Norfolk area providing 24-hour care and support for all […]

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