What is care governance and why is it a critical element of the governance landscape? Upgrade your board's care governance capabilities in the wake of recent Royal Commission findings. Join us for the inaugural webinar series designed to fortify care and practice governance in social care organisations.
Expiry Date - Thursday, 14 November 2024
Duration - 60
Traditionally, boards were advised to maintain a 'helicopter view', keeping a distance while having a general overview. However, the tide has turned. The findings from The Disability, Aged Care and Institutional Child Abuse Royal Commissions emphasise that boards now need a direct 'line-of-sight' into care practices, ensuring quality care is consistently delivered to service users.
Boards play a pivotal role in overseeing the quality of practice and care in organisations catering to older people, individuals with disabilities, and children and families. This shift necessitates board members to possess a diverse range of skills, including expertise and insights into care governance.
This webinar will cover:
- The basics of care and practice governance and why it matters
- Evaluating recent Royal Commission implications and highlighting recommendations and other regulatory changes
- The essential components of a care governance framework
Join the panel of experienced care governance board directors who will provide actionable insights, tried-and-tested frameworks, systems, and tools that will not only help you navigate the complexities of care governance but also ensure the delivery of quality care to service users.
Join us to strengthen your organisation's board care governance and enhance its adaptability amidst evolving regulatory landscapes.
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