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Caroline Bartle FRSA
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Auburn Mere 24 Nov 16
Great training today by , Dementia Environment, Loved this workbook too.
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Replying to @patriciaohara
Auburn Mere run by the lovely Marlene 👍
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Royal College of Psychiatrists Jul 12
The National Audit of Dementia (care in general hospitals) has published its 4th national report based on data received from 195 acute general hospitals in England and Wales. Read the details on improvements since the round 3 audit report in 2017:
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The Lancet Psychiatry Jul 15
New SR/meta: “In our analysis of 597 studies and 108 664 patients across indications, we found evidence that antipsychotics increase somatic serious adverse events compared with placebo, even in relatively short-term trials.“
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NDTi Jul 15
People with learning disabilities want to love and be loved. They are often denied their right to sexual relationships. Our research with looked at what can help. See the full report at: … …
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3 Spirit Training Jul 15
Attend our FREE taster session for our Level 5 Managers Safeguarding Qualification. The session will run in on the 20th of September. Book your tickets before tickets run out! Very limited spots available
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Skills for Care Jul 15
This webinar, and other exclusive resources, are available to registered manager members of Skills for Care. If you're not already a member, join for only £35 for 12 months
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3 Spirit Training Jul 14
We are proud to announce that we have just launched our Mental Health Course Brochure! The brochure contains all our mandatory courses and details what the learning outcomes of each course are. Download the brochure here
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Caroline Bartle FRSA Jul 15
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Caroline Bartle FRSA Jul 15
Come to our FREE event in London and learn about our new for Managers Level 5 qualification
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Andy Rotherham Jul 15
Such good news to have an remembered in this way. too. Still a source of national shame how he was treated. people always have and continue to contribute so much.
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Caroline Bartle FRSA Jul 14
Nice topic 👍
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Ian Kremer Jul 11
The first requirement of good is… caring. Second, showing up. Third, focusing on what matters to the person receiving care. Fourth, making care meaningful by using these good practices… (image via )
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Caroline Bartle FRSA Jul 11
would love to meet :-)
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Caroline Bartle FRSA Jul 11
Debra we have been doing a lot of work on this lately as part of our mental health and dementia work stream. Be lovely to chat about it sometime :-)
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3 Spirit Training Jul 11
Very excited to be delivering our Continuing Healthcare and Safeguarding training today in and We are a Centre of Excellence. You can learn more about our social care courses below
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Caroline Bartle FRSA Jul 11
great point! thank you very much :-)
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Gina Awad BEM Jul 10
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3 Spirit Training Jul 11
PART 2: In his second vlog our autistic trainer talks about the sensory issues that he lives with as an autistic and shares a few tips on how to cope with them
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Andy Rotherham Jul 11
My second Vlog. The subject this time is my own experiences and how I control and cope with it.
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