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Fife Adult Support and Protection - Harm in Care Settings
When: 9.30am-4.30pm, Friday 11 January 2019 Where: School of Nursing and Health Sciences, Forth Avenue, Kirkcaldy, KY2 5YS This event is being organised by Fife Adult Support and Protection This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.
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On completion of this course participants will:
Have developed an understanding of resources available to implement, monitor and maintain high standards of care in care home settings
Have explored the complexities and dilemmas protection issues present
Have considered the legislation, guidance and procedures which support good practice
Be aware of new legislation: Ill Treatment and Wilful Neglect will be considered along with the Duty of Candour
The course uses materials derived from research undertaken at the University of Hull known as the Marsland indicators which are one method of identifying possible harm and putting in place prevention strategies.
Course attendees should be Managers and Depute Managers of Care Homes, or Council Contract Monitoring Officers. You must have completed your own Service Adult Protection training OR the ASPC Adult Protection e-learning Module.