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Health & Social Care Transformation Representative

Please click below for  information pack for the representative positions for the Transformation Programme 

  Transformation_representative_pack_final.pdf

and please click here for the application form

HSCF_Application_form-_rep.doc


Update on the Transformation of Health and Social Care in Hackney
Access your own complete guide to integrated healthcare

Following on from DAC Beachcroft's work to more clearly define the requirements of the NHS Five Year Forward View, which includes our research and report 'Understanding the Barriers to Innovation' and also our recent examination of the strategic challenges in 'The Route to Integrated Healthcare', we have established a series of advice sheets to guide senior leaders through the challenging landscape of health and social care integration.

These advice sheets examine the various risk areas, for example, issues relating to workforce, regulatory burdens and choice of organisational structures (to name a few) and includes the latest advice and practical examples of how to overcome any associated barriers.

To request a hardcopy of 'The Complete Guide to Integrated Healthcare' please email cboston@dacbeachcroft.com or call +44 (0)117 366 2467.

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New guidance issued for charity bag collection organisations

The Committee of Advertising Practice has issued guidance to companies who collect charity bags door-to-door, in light of a complaint made to the Advertising Standards Authority last year.


Free guide to GDPR and data protection for charities

A free guide to help charities understand GDPR and comply with data protection law has been published. GDPR - the General Data Protection Regulation - is a new EU law governing data protection, which will supersede the Data Protection Act in 2018. GDPR will not introduce widespread changes to existing law, but will increase the monetary penalties for non-compliance.

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