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Health Management and Policy Alert


The NHS crisis; complaints handling; and evaluating revalidation so far.


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Is the NHS in crisis?

The NHS is struggling to cope with record demand, and social care services are stretched to the limit. Here we highlight a selection of our work to explain the pressures on services and what needs to be done to put the health and social care system on a sustainable footing for the future.

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The Patients Association

Follow-up report to the March 2015 Patients Association publication on the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO)

This report reveals that a significant number of patients and family members who submit complaints to the PHSO feel that they receive a poor-quality service. The Patients Association’s national helpline received nearly 300 calls between May and October 2016 from people who had concerns about the way their cases were being dealt with by the PHSO.  An investigation into the nature of the calls has revealed the findings contained in this follow-up report.

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General Medical Council (GMC)

Taking revalidation forward: improving the process of relicensing for doctors: Sir Keith Pearson's review of medical revalidation

This report details the findings of a review of the medical revalidation process so far. The review gathered feedback from a wide range of individuals and finds that revalidation has delivered benefits in terms of clinical governance and driving changes in doctors' practice. The review highlights concerns around the added workload of revalidation and makes recommendations for better ways to support doctors who are undergoing the revalidation process. The GMC have responded to the recommendations in the review in their formal response document. 

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Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)

Standards of proficiency: social workers in England

This is the revised set of professional standards, which sets out what social workers in England should know, understand and be able to do when they complete their social work training in order to register with HCPC. The revisions to the standards come after a public consultation, and the changes state that social workers must be able to identify and apply strategies to build professional resilience; understand information governance; and understand leadership and its application to practice.


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