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May 18

Dying Matters

During Dying Matters week we remind ourselves of the importance of ensuring that workers in adult social care have the right level of training and support.

Date: Friday 18 May 2018
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May 18

Tackling stress in adult social care this Mental Health Awareness Week

Building the resilience of your staff will help them to deal with stress and cope better under pressure. This 'love to learn' month we can help you develop the resilience of your staff.

Date: Wednesday 16 May 2018
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May 18

NMDS-SC 2 discovery report executive summary published

Lagom Strategy engaged with users and stakeholders about a new version of the NMDS-SC service. The findings and recommendations have been put together in an executive summary which has now been published.

Date: Tuesday 15 May 2018
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May 18

Our new learning and development guide is launching

We're excited to launch our new, interactive, learning and development guide full of practice advice and guidance for managers who are responsible for supporting the development of their team or workforce.

Date: Monday 14 May 2018
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May 18

Valuing registered nurses this International Nurses Day

It's International Nurses Day tomorrow so why not take this opportunity to take part in our professional leadership development programme for registered nurses

Date: Friday 11 May 2018
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