Posts Tagged: compliance

Are you ready for the new data protection rules?

The new Data Protection rules come into force on 25th May 2018.  The Information Commissioners Office is helping people to prepare with webinars and courses.  You can watch the webinar for Health Sector small businesses here:  (scroll down the page for the webinar) There are also free workshops as follows: 11 October 2017: Congress Centre, 28 Great Russell Street, London 7 November 2017: Crowne Plaza Hotel, Central Square, Birmingham 9 November 2017: Principal Hotel, Oxford Road, Manchester Here is a Mint Practice Summary of the rules as applied to Osteopaths: Continue Reading »

You need to know about this Important New Safeguarding Requirement

From 31st October 2015 it has become a mandatory duty in England and Wales for health and social care professionals and teachers to report any ‘known’ cases of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) to the police. Those registered with the General Osteopathic Council and the Health and Care Professions Council are specifically mentioned in the list of registering bodies in the government document. In this article we will first of all consider the requirement and then risk factors and identification of FGM followed by some useful resources. The Requirement You must Continue Reading »

Do you have a growth mindset?

A friend who works as a teacher was recently enthusing about encouraging students to have a ‘growth mindset’.  It sounded intriguing and so I looked into it and found some really interesting information which opened my eyes to traits which I am sure you will recognise from clinical practice. You probably want to see growth as a practitioner but the question is what are the labels on the x and y axes of our graph? What is a growth mindset? Professor Carol Dweck of Stanford University has spent the last Continue Reading »