‘Clinical governance’ is the integration of leadership behaviours, policies, procedures and improvement methods used to boost organisational efficiency. Every staff member must be aware of national legislation promulgated to protect workers and the general public from harm. This course examines the relevant UK laws, policies and regulations governing adult care, such as the Care Act 2014 and the Health and Social Care Act 2008. We explain technical terms like ‘person-centred care’ and ‘fit and proper person’ and explain the reasoning behind policy changes. We then explain the concept of accountability, highlighting the benefits of personal responsibility. The course compares the purposes of various service delivery models, including the domiciliary, remote and residential care approaches. We provide tips used to evaluate the ability of a professional caregiver to meet the needs and expectations of the elderly. We then establish the importance of communication in adult care and provide communication methods you can employ to enhance service delivery. We go through the requirements for service delivery and study the types of management and governance practices that ensure successful organisaitonal operations. We explain how to measure the quality of service to achieve the goals of adult social care and discuss various types of innovative service delivery. Did you know poor reporting is the outcome of awful internal governance procedures? We teach you the principle, processes and purposes of clinical governance and describe risk and performance management systems. This clinical guidance training course improves your hard and soft skills and ability to offer the finest care for the elderly. We show you how good administration and management can improve the lives of vulnerable adults. Sign up to jump-start your career as a professional caregiver.
Have you ever thought about a career in adult care? This course on Clinical Governance in UK Adult Care introduces you to the clinical governance principles and standards put in place to protect the dignity and wellbeing of vulnerable adults like the elderly. We examine the relevant legislation and the Care Quality Commission standards of clinical governance that ensure safe, effective and person-centred adult care. We compare the roles of personnel and various service delivery models.