The RCSLT has announced that they are co-creating the successor to Communicating Quality 3 – a set of standards and resources to support SLTs to deliver a high-quality service that integrates the Health and Care Professions Council standards of conduct, performance and ethics. This project will be called Communicating Quality Live.
The Communicating Quality Live project aims to engage with and harness the collective intelligence of the speech and language therapy community in order to provide guidance that describes the Health and Care Professions Council’s new draft standards of conduct, performance and ethics in the context of the profession. Also it will help to co-create a set of resources to support and empower speech and language therapists to adhere to the new draft HCPC standards, provide high-quality, safe services and measure and evidence adherence to the standards.
Every RCSLT member can contribute to this project. There is the second CQ Live workshop organised between 7th July and 8th of August. Each RCSLT member will receive an email inviting them to take part in this workshop. The key question now is what resources would you like us to include on the CQ Live website, for each of the 10 key standards, to support you in meeting both the HCPC standards and RCSLT professional standards. Click here to find out more information about the workshop.
The current proposal for CQ Live includes two main parts:
• a printable version which will list the RCSLT professional standards under each HCPC standards of conduct, performance and ethics and standards of proficiency. It will also provides an entry point to the CQ Live website, where further information can be accessed.
• an interactive, accessible, mobile-friendly website to list the interactive RCSLT professional standards and to provide an easy to navigate set of resources and a space where the RCSLT can provide its members with the most recent, most relevant information in relation to a given topic.
Click here to read more information about CQ Live
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