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We make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve. We will be sharing podcasts and other audio content through this channel. Website: https://www.cqc.org.uk/ Twitter: For providers & professionals - https://twitter.com/CQCProf & for public - https://twitter.com/CareQualityComm All of our podcasts are available with subtitles on our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEwLzOd_XW-Ln4XXrojFDRHdpwIQI3dFm

We make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve. We will be sharing podcasts and other audio content through this channel. Website: https://www.cqc.org.uk/ Twitter: For providers & professionals - https://twitter.com/CQCProf & for public - https://twitter.com/CareQualityComm All of our podcasts are available with subtitles on our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEwLzOd_XW-Ln4XXrojFDRHdpwIQI3dFm

Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

We make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve. We will be sharing podcasts and other audio content through this channel. Website: https://www.cqc.org.uk/ Twitter: For providers & professionals - https://twitter.com/CQCProf & for public - https://twitter.com/CareQualityComm All of our podcasts are available with subtitles on our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEwLzOd_XW-Ln4XXrojFDRHdpwIQI3dFm

Twitter:

@CQCProf

Language:

English


Episodes

An introduction to CQC for trainee GPs

5/27/2022
Are you a trainee GP? Have you ever wondered who the CQC are, what they do, and what happens on an inspection? This podcast, with trainee GP Devina Maru, Chief Inspector Rosie Benneyworth, and Inspector Surupa Santra, answers all these questions and more and talks about CQC's current regulatory approach. Ideal for trainee GPs, GPs, and anyone wanting to find out more about the CQC. Find the answers to more questions about CQC and how we regulate GPs by reading the mythbusters on our website:...

Duration:00:19:56

Out of Sight progress report: an update and exploring some key themes from the report

3/25/2022
In this episode Lizzy Dobres, CQC Communications and Engagement Manager, is joined by Julie Newcombe, mother of an autistic son and co-founder of Rightful Lives, Amanda, who has lived experience, and Debbie Ivanova, Deputy Chief Inspector for people with a learning disability and autism at CQC. In this episode they explore some key themes of the latest Out of Sight progress report, which is a full update on the review into restraint, segregation and seclusion in care services for people with...

Duration:00:45:29

Ethnic minority-led GP practices: impact and experience of CQC regulation

1/19/2022
Project leads Dr Ayisha Ashmore and Annabelle Stigwood are joined by CQC Chief Inspector Dr Rosie Benneyworth to discuss the findings and recommendations of the CQC's GP Inequalities Project, which looked into the concern that GPs from an ethnic minority background receive poorer CQC ratings or outcomes. You can read all about the project here: https://cqc.citizenlab.co/en-GB/projects/exploring-issues-faced-by-general-practice-services-led-by-people-from-an-ethnic-minority-background The...

Duration:00:20:53

Reducing health inequalities in areas of deprivation

1/14/2022
CQC's Annabelle Stigwood and Dr Devina Maru are joined by special guest Dr Farzana Hussain to discuss the CQC's Regulators' Pioneer Fund Project, which is looking at reducing health inequalities in areas of deprivation through better regulatory recognition and the sharing of best practice. Follow the project at: https://cqc.citizenlab.co/en-GB/projects/tackling-health-inequalities

Duration:00:28:03

GP practices and the impact of health inequalities

12/21/2021
In this second podcast focusing on the CQC GP Inequalities Project, Annabelle Stigwood, joint project lead, talks to Dr Faizan Ahmed, National Clinical Advisor at the CQC, and Dr Bola Olowabi, Director - Health Inequalities at NHS England and NHS Improvement. In this episode, we discuss health inequalities and how they impact on the ability of GP practices to do their job. Our guests discuss what we mean by health inequalities, why it's so important to focus on them in health and social...

Duration:00:24:25

Exploring issues faced by general practice services led by GPs from an ethnic minority background

9/30/2021
Dr Ayisha Ashmore and Dr Faizan Ahmed discuss the CQC's GP Inequalities Project which is investigating the concern that GPs from an ethnic minority background receive poorer CQC ratings or regulatory outcomes. You can keep up-to-date with the project at: https://cqc.citizenlab.co/en-GB/projects/exploring-issues-faced-by-general-practice-services-led-by-people-from-an-ethnic-minority-background

Duration:00:22:33

Implementing our new strategy - Developing a new regulatory model

9/29/2021
In this episode we are updating on the development of our new regulatory model. A key part of our new strategy. Hear from our Heads of Policy Dave James and Amanda Hutchinson on our latest thinking around the evidence categories and outputs from assessments.

Duration:00:15:47

Home for Good

9/8/2021
Lizzy Dobres, Engagement and Communications Manager at CQC, speaks to Alexis Quinn, Restraint Reduction Manager of the Restraint Reduction Network, and Debbie Ivanova, CQC's Deputy Chief Inspector for people with a learning disability and autistic people about our new report, 'Home for Good'. The report celebrates successful community support for people with a learning disability, a mental health need and autistic people. Find out more on our website: https://buff.ly/38LyOyZ

Duration:00:24:53

Implementing our new strategy - People's experiences of care

8/6/2021
To support the implementation of our new strategy we are looking at how we should use people's experiences of care in our future regulatory approach. In this podcast we hear some of our early thinking on this topic and what we will be doing next. We also want to hear your views to help shape this work and you can feed back on our digital engagement platform - https://cqc.citizenlab.co/en-GB/folders/implementing-our-new-strategy You can also watch a short video on this work -...

Duration:00:16:43

Social Care Future’s I Pledge and CQC

6/30/2021
Kate Terroni, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, Anna Severwright, Convener at Social Care Future and Selina Litt one of CQC's Experts by Experience discuss Social Care Future’s I Pledge and CQC's commitment to empower the voice of people who draw on social care in all the work that we do.

Duration:00:23:11

Implementing our new strategy - assessment frameworks

6/24/2021
To support the delivery of our new strategy we're looking at potential changes to our assessment frameworks. In this podcast episode we hear some of our early thinking on these changes and how you can get involved to help shape them. For more information and to feed back now, visit our digital engagement platform - https://cqc.citizenlab.co/en-GB/projects/developing-an-assessment-framework-for-our-future-direction

Duration:00:20:38

A new strategy for the changing world of health and social care

5/27/2021
In this podcast episode we are joined by Chris Day, CQC Director of Engagement, Sarah Bickerstaffe, CQC Director of Policy and Strategy and Amanda Hutchinson, CQC Head of Policy for Regulatory Change. They discuss CQC's new strategy, the ambitions behind it and how it'll be implemented. You can read the full strategy on our website: www.cqc.org.uk/Strategy2021

Duration:00:08:57

CQC’s review of DNACPR decisions during the COVID-19 pandemic

5/11/2021
In our latest CQC Connect podcast episode we're joined by Rosie Benneyworth, Chief Inspector of Primary Medical Services and Integrated Care and Usha Grieve, Director of Partnerships and Services at Compassion in Dying to explore CQC’s latest report called Protect, respect, connect – decisions about living and dying well during COVID-19. This is CQC’s review of ‘do not attempt cardiopulmonary resuscitation’ decisions during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can read the full report on our website...

Duration:00:25:30

Changes for more flexible and responsive regulation

3/2/2021
In this podcast episode we are joined by Vickie Priest, Head of Primary Care and Community Health Services Policy, Ruby Okojie, Regulatory Policy Manager, Rowenna Marshall, Regulatory Policy Manager, Emma Buglass, Regulatory Policy Manager, Sam Wallace, Provider Engagement Lead, Dave James, Head of ASC policy and Lara Nuttall, Policy Manager. They discuss our changes for more flexible and responsive regulation consultation, what we hope it will achieve, what benefits it will have for your...

Duration:00:20:48

NHS Providers Winter Watch: Immense Pressure

2/11/2021
This is a guest podcast from 'The Provider Podcast' by NHS Providers, as part of their Winter Watch series. In this episode Adam Brimelow, NHS Providers Director of Communications, speaks to CQC colleagues Heidi Smoult, Deputy Chief Inspector for Hospitals, and Debbie Ivanova, Deputy Chief Inspector for Adult Social Care, about the concerns surrounding winter inspections, infection prevention and control, and our clinician support tool Patient FIRST. You can find out more about Winter Watch...

Duration:00:15:24

CQC Strategy 2021: Our public consultation

1/21/2021
In this podcast episode we are joined by Chris Day, CQC director of engagement and Amanda Hutchinson, CQC director of policy and strategy. They discuss our future strategy, what we hope it will achieve and how you can feed back through our consultation. You can read more on our strategy and how to feed back on our website: https://www.cqc.org.uk/get-involved/consultations/world-health-social-care-changing-so-are-we

Duration:00:32:22

Care At Christmas Episode 3

12/22/2020
In the third and final Care at Christmas episode of CQC Connect we chat to two Experts by Experience about keeping connected during the pandemic.

Duration:00:14:38

Care at Christmas Episode 2

12/14/2020
Even at the darkest times during the pandemic people have come together to support others, help their local communities, and care for those who need it. In this episode we speak to two providers of adult social care, who share their experiences of working through the pandemic and discuss how they're making Christmas special for those they care for.

Duration:00:20:22

Care At Christmas Episode 1

12/4/2020
In this episode CQC colleagues Richard and Suzanne McLeod tell us about how they have supported the community during the pandemic and what it means to them to be able to do this. Throughout December we will be sharing stories of how people have cared for others during this difficult year. Share your experiences on social media using #CareAtChristmas.

Duration:00:15:58

Sexual safety through empowerment

11/26/2020
In this episode we discuss our 'Sexual safety through empowerment publication' and launch Skills for Care's new guidance on supporting personal relationships. You can find the guidance here https://www.skillsforcare.org.uk/Learning-development/ongoing-learning-and-development/self-care/Supporting-personal-relationships.aspx

Duration:00:25:55