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Care Planning

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Care plans are important in providing direction for the individual care of a patient. They give other staff a clear idea of the path to follow, as well as which staff to assign and when. The care plan will keep your patient’s care as smooth as possible and will follow them throughout their journey within your organisation. This online Care Plan training course will teach your staff how care plans differ, how they should be updated, the importance of recording observations, how to create a care plan, and how to understand the different stages of care planning. Upon successful completion, learners will gain a downloadable and printable Care Planning certificate.

The aim of this Care Planning course is to greater increase your knowledge of care plans and their differences, as well as relevant legislation. 

The key points covered in this course are:

  • Differences between care plans
  • Updating care plans
  • Working with other
  • Recording observations
  • Stages of care planning
  • Assessing care plans
  • Creating care plans
£49 £25

This course include

  • Language - English Language - English
  • Access on desktop, tablet and mobile Access on desktop, tablet and mobile
  • Certificate of Completion Certificate of Completion

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