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CQC publishes review of privacy, dignity and nutrition in care homes and hospitals

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published its first dedicated review of privacy, dignity and nutrition in both care homes and hospitals. The review is based on the findings of inspections carried out in summer 2012.

Inspection teams included people with experience of using services, called Experts by Experience. Choice Support is the lead support organisation contracted by CQC to recruit, train and manage Experts by Experience, and 18 people it manages as a part of this work were involved in the review.

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