About this course

Course Description

Everyone working in health care plays a role in the lives of people using its services. Their attitudes and behaviour can have a big influence on every person seeking medical attention.
For many people working in health care, the desire to help and heal is what attracted them to these roles. Unfortunately, time pressures, systemic issues and complexities can sometimes make it challenging to provide the most sensitive and responsive care possible.
This training course will provide you with the knowledge to understand what dignity in care really means at its core, and will help you to develop practical ideas and tools that can be applied to any health care setting or occupation.
This course would be of interest to anyone who is involved in working with patients in a care setting, who wants a better understanding of the legal and ethical complexities to provide the best and most dignified care possible.

Course Content

1) Module 1 - Introduction to Dignity in Care Work

2) Module 2 - Legislation

3) Module 3 - Do's and Dont's

4) Module 4 - Dignity Factors

5) Module 5 - Promoting Dignity


On completion of this training course, you will receive your CMG Certificate of Attendance. Please note certificates are only issued to those who complete the questions after each module, and complete the course in full. This course may also qualify for CPD hours. Please check directly with your association or awarding body to see how many points they will award.

Training on Demand

Once purchased, this course can be taken at any time, at a time and a place that suits you.
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