Scotland - Quality Assurance - Mental Health
This review has been undertaken with additional information and references. Links have also been provided to clarify the legal stance and business reasons for training. Policy has been converted into the new QCS format.
Updated into new QCS format. Reviewed the focus from ‘meetings’ to wider use of action planning including responses to Care Inspectorate reports. Updated form template.
Minor changes to strengthen messages about fair access, diversity and inclusion. Policy converted to the new QCS format.
Policy revised and updated into the new QCS policy format. Underpinning knowledge, further reading, and key facts have been added to help to ensure that Service Users receive a consistent, high-quality service.
Policy converted to new QCS format. This policy sets outs to establish the organisation of the administration team to include responsibilities and accountability.
Policy converted to the new QCS format. This policy has been updated to reflect best practice recommendations from SCIE (2017) and there is additional information within the procedures section. The overarching theme of this policy is to promote health and wellbeing as well as continuing to support staff to feel involved, valued and developed to their full potential.
The nominated person job description has been updated to incorporate reporting to Board of Directors or Board of Trustees as applicable
The national framework policy has been extensively updated and renamed to comply with the Scottish Office requirements for policy frameworks and strategies for people with mental health problems.
A new policy and procedure which lays out the best practice methods for implementing new and updated QCS Policies and Procedures.