Amanda Green, Principal Consultant This month, we attended the National Care Forum’s Annual Conference and together with our partner, care home operator Belong, we delivered a Masterclass to discuss how our Dementia*Care assessment has improved the capability of Belong’s staff to deliver high quality person-centred care for its residents and their families. Delivering consistent levels of

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Patient First November 2015 – Cognisco, a specialist in people potential & risk and employee behaviour, is exhibiting at Patient First, a conference focused on improving patient safety for those operating within the NHS and independent healthcare sectors.   Patient First is the UK’s largest patient safety conference and exhibition and it brings together medical

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Cognisco’s easy to implement, robust and effective Dementia Care program provides you with the insight and evidence you need: 1. Maximising the potential of your existing workforce 2. Meeting the provisions of the Care Act 3. Providing Board Assurance and Supporting Governance 4. Reducing the Risk of Incidents and harm 5. Safeguarding your Reputation 6.

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Cognisco helps organisations to maximise the potential of their people while managing and mitigating the risk posed through misplaced confidence, a lack of competence or inappropriate actions or behaviour. Right people, right place, right time This vital and unique insight into your workforce, means you can recruit manage and deploy people with the right skills

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Owen Ashby, programme lead for health and social care at Cognisco Ltd, says a non-executive director on a CCG recently told him: “For an organisation that is so wholly reliant on its people, it is simply breathtaking how little the NHS knows about them.” Here, Ashby explores the consequences of that failure. The NHS is

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In July, NHS England’s health watchdog the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) put forward new draft guidance for caring for the dying. Consultation on the guidelines finished in September and it’s expected the full recommended guidelines will be published in December. The guidelines are designed to be an alternative to the controversial

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