Equally outstanding: Equality and human rights – good practice resource | Care Quality Commission


How can a focus on equality and human rights improve the quality of care in times of financial constraint?

We often see equality and human rights as a challenge, rarely as a solution.

Yet there is growing evidence that equality and human rights for people using services and staff needs to play a central role in improving the quality of care. We are finding that some of the best providers are doing this successfully – even in times of constraint.


Why pay attention to equality and human rights?

Ethical case

 

Source: Equally outstanding: Equality and human rights – good practice resource | Care Quality Commission

One thought on “Equally outstanding: Equality and human rights – good practice resource | Care Quality Commission

  1. The is OK, in theory from the CQC, but how is it occurring in practice.

    Yes, the CQC do their inspections, but this is but just one part, they need the feedback from persons receiving care, any family carers helping to provide and monitor the care being given, input from all professionals involved in any aspects of the care being given. They are requesting this in the article on which the post is based, they are providing the link, so please use it.

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