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NHS Mail for Care Home Providers

It is vital that patient sensitive information is shared safely and securely between the agencies that care for individuals. Many providers currently communicate via fax, particularly when contacting GP practices. Paper-based communication is not a secure delivery method and is … Read more »

Did you celebrate Thirsty Thursday?

Yesterday (13th June) was Thirsty Thursday, an initiative by South Warwickshire CCG and the Warwickshire Hydration Partnership to encourage better hydration for people of all ages across Warwickshire. Do you know your water facts? – Water can help your body … Read more »

Care Champions celebrate Volunteers’ Week!

To celebrate Volunteers’ Week (1 – 7 June), the Warwickshire Care Champions have collected some examples of how their feedback has helped services recently, as well as the personal benefits they have felt from being volunteers. The Care Champions are volunteers with … Read more »

Join your local Registered Managers network

Run by Registered Managers and supported by Skills for Care, your local Registered Managers network offers the opportunity to share best practice in a safe space and discuss experiences and issues. The networks act as a local support. Registered Managers … Read more »

Raising awareness during Dementia Action Week

Last week was Dementia Action Week and Warwickshire County Council has been using the opportunity to raise awareness of dementia and how to spot the early signs. Stress, anxiety, depression, certain physical illnesses, infections and vitamin and thyroid deficiencies are … Read more »

Free online training available on Insulin Safety

We’ve just had Insulin Safety Week, which aims to raise awareness of insulin safety among healthcare professionals in a bid to reduce insulin errors. NHS Coventry & Rugby and NHS Warwickshire North CCGs are currently promoting insulin safety training through the Cambridge … Read more »

Make a change for Mental Health

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week, so there is no better time to show your support for better mental health! Mental health problems can affect anyone, including care customers. One in four people will experience a mental illness at some point … Read more »