Making sure you delegate healthcare activities safely
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Making sure you delegate healthcare activities safely

Lucy Gillespie Registered nurse and national professional lead for the regulated professional workforce, Skills for Care
Juliet Green Head of social care practice innovation and transformation, Skills for Care

Skills for Care has produced guidance to help nurses working in social care to promote effective delegation

The landscape of social care is changing, with greater complexity and acuity, and in some cases increased healthcare interventions taking place for people being cared for in social care settings. Against this backdrop, the practice of delegating healthcare activities is becoming more widespread in the sector.

Primary Health Care. 34, 2, 14-15. doi: 10.7748/phc.34.2.14.s6

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