July 2015

Breaking the glass ceiling for healthcare support workers

29th July 2015 Written by Hilary Wyles
Hilary Wyles, senior consultant at Skills for Health, reflects on work to support mental health services in Yorkshire and the Humber. According to Health Education…

Health and social care integration: care homes are part of the solution

24th July 2015 Written by George Coxon, Care home owner and chair of Devon quality residential care kite mark
When it comes to keeping people out of hospital, 24/7 care providers are the real experts, but they’re at risk of being excluded. It’s difficult…

Crafting E-learning

21st July 2015 Written by Fiona Bravington, E-learning Instructional Designer at Skills for Health
I love Daniel Craig as Bond. Casino Royale (2006) was the first Bond film I’d seen in years. I loved the brooding intensity of Casino…

How can 24/7 be realised? 5 key questions that need to be answered

17th July 2015 Written by Skills for Health
Since the delivery of Jeremy Hunt’s speech to the Kings Fund Think Tank setting out plans for the future of the NHS for the next…

Sorry isn't the hardest word, so why do we need the new duty of candour rules?

03rd July 2015 Written by Andrew Lovegrove
Admitting you are wrong is not rocket science, claims a registered nurse, so what’s stopping healthcare workers from being honest about mistakes? The announcement in…