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New guidance on preventing pressure ulcers in care homes

A new ‘quick guide’ has been published by the Social Care Institute for Excellence for registered managers of care homes. The guide, Helping to prevent pressure ulcers, has been written in collaboration with the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) to help care home managers take appropriate steps to reduce the risks of […]

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Delay in Green Paper on adult social care

A House of Commons Library briefing paper has been published reporting on the progress of the long-anticipated government Green Paper on the future of social care. In the March 2017 Budget, the Conservative government said that it would publish a Green Paper in order to facilitate a public consultation on developing a sustainable means of […]

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Teachers working longer

The Teachers Working Longer Review: Final Report comments that feeling valued, having autonomy and support for well-being are major factors motivating teachers to work longer. As such, they recommend that school management should support teachers and give them control over their work. Other important factors include flexibility of working hours and the use of alternative […]

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Use of data

The Workload Advisory Group has now published its report and the Government has issued its response to it. Making Data Work specifically focuses, as you might expect, on the additional pressures that data collection and analysis can place on teachers. The group has come up with a number of recommendations that the DfE has agreed […]

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