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