Care Providers

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Care Quality Commission - Registration of Care Providers
... All health and adult social care providers that come within the future scope of registration are required to register with the Care Quality Commission ... In order to be granted registration, care providers need to demonstrate that they can meet, or are already meeting, the registration requirements ... A registration system for social care and independent health providers already exists under the Care Standards Act 2000, but there is no such system for the NHS ...
Developmental-Behavioral Screening And Surveillance - So Do Developmental Surveillance and Screening Work? - Challenges To Early Detection in Primary Care
... reasons why children with difficulties are not identified in primary care The tendency to use informal milestones checklists ... Those with limited education often do not know that primary care providers are interested in development and behavior, child-rearing, etc ... problematic results, are not referred? Why? Many primary care providers are unaware of referral resources in their communities ...
Sexual Assault In The United States Military - Defense Task Force On Sexual Harassment and Violence At The Military Service Academies Report - Key Findings and Recommendations - Confidentiality
... communications between victims of sexual assault and specified care providers and counselors ... responsibility for ensuring appropriate care of victims, as well as for investigating and holding accountable those who have committed the related misconduct ... requirement may inhibit a victim from seeking necessary medical care and lessen the likelihood the victim will report the assault ...

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