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Housing, health and care
As part of a joint learning network on integrated housing, care and health, The King's Fund and the National Housing Federation have produced a set of slides illustrating the connections between housing, social care, health and wellbeing.
This guidance has been updated with the aim of improving patient safety and standards within the cosmetic surgery industry. It stipulates that only surgeons with the appropriate training and experience should undertake cosmetic surgery and outlines the ethics and behaviour expected of cosmetic surgeons. It supplements new guidance produced by the General Medical Council today for all doctors who carry out cosmetic intervention and is intended to be read alongside this guidance.
Guidance for doctors who offer cosmetic interventions
This guidance accompanies the newly updated RCS guidance on professional standards for cosmetic surgeons. The GMC guidance makes clear the ethical obligations that doctors have towards patients and the standards of care that they need to provide during cosmetic procedures.
Enhancing staff engagement and patient care through the 'Go Engage' survey tool
This case study examines the experience of Wrightlington, Wigan and Leigh NHS foundation trust who commissioned the development of a staff engagement tool. The survey tool is based on the NHS national staff survey questions and sits alongside a number of exploratory questions. They are sent to staff every quarter to assess morale and engagement. The case study provides more information on the tool and its uses, how the trust communicates with staff and the results that have been achieved so far.
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