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The Provider Engagement Network (PEN) is the main way for Devon County Council and the NHS in Devon to engage with providers of adult health and social care services. It is open to all independent sector providers.

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Access to free flu jabs

In order to help entitled staff to access a free flu jab, Devon County Council has produced a letter which can be presented to pharmacists or your GP confirming that entitlement.

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January 2021

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Free Digital Skills training programme for new and existing care staff

New and existing health and social care staff in Devon and Somerset are now able to register for a free 12-week training programme, starting in January. Boost your career, enhance your employability, gain new confidence and motivation. This is an opportunity for care staff to invest in their digital skills. The programme has been designed to help you to become fluent with digital tools, enhancing the amazing work that you do. Find our more and register.

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Devon unregulated provider forum

A fortnightly forum has been set up for providers of services which are not regulated by the Care Quality Commission. The virtual meetings will take place every other Friday from 11am to 12noon on the following dates: 2020 30 October 13 November 27 November 11 December 2021 8 January 22 January 5 February 19 February 2021 5 March 19 March 2 April 16 April To join the forum or find out more about it please email: socialcarebusinessrelations-mailbox@devon.gov.uk

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Driving and evidencing improvements in difficult times

This Skills for Care webinar is aimed at frontline care managers and quality assurance leads. It will look at how to maintain focus on quality improvement even during difficult times. It will look at robust ways to ensure your service continues to strengthen the quality of care, including how processes have been adapted during the pandemic. The webinar will also look beyond the pandemic to sharing tried and tested approaches to gather evidence, identify areas for improvement and progress towards...


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