The Nursing and Care Quality Forum is an independent group of nursing and care experts. It aims to spread best practice in all care settings and make recommendations about tackling barriers to high quality, safe and effective care.
Here you can find information on the Forum’s next steps, membership and how to get involved.
Sally Brearley, the Chair of the Nursing and Care Quality Forum, has written to the Prime Minister to update him on their work. The letter: highlights how some of their initial recommendations have been taken forward and areas for further action; provides … – NCQF writes to the Prime Minister
The Nursing and Care Quality Forum launched the collection of good practice process in July 2012. A number of responses have been received and the survey is now closed. If you have any areas of good practice that you wish … – Call for Evidence of good practice now closed
The Nursing and Care Quality Forum is an independent advisory group that aims to improve the quality of nursing care across all care settings. In our first letter to the Prime Minister we identified a series of initial recommendations that we … – Nursing and Care Quality Forum launches call for evidence of good practice
The Nursing and Care Quality Forum has welcomed five new members to the group to strengthen their expertise on equality and diversity issues and experience of wider care settings outside of the NHS. The new members are: Mary Clarke: recently … – Forum welcomes new members
The Prime Minister wrote to the Forum’s Chair, Sally Brearley, to thank the Forum for their initial advice and to welcome their ongoing work to identify best practice . Read the Prime Minister’s letter
The Nursing and Care Quality Forum’s initial recommendations to the Prime Minister were published in May. The Forum’s initial recommendations include: making sure nurses are recruited for their caring nature and compassion as well as their knowledge and skills reinforcing … – Forum’s recommendations to the Prime Minister