Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care at the Care Quality Commission.
Inspection as a way to support improvement in health and social care has been taking a bit of a battering.
Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care at the Care Quality Commission
On Friday I was finishing things off in the office when the dipping sun blinded me and I took notice of the amazing sunset over London.
Last week we launched our new strategy setting out CQC’s ambitions for the next 5 years.
It has always struck me as a bit sad that changes in the public sector tend to happen on the 1 of April. Newspaper sub-editors are handed easy headlines about April Fool’s…
I was a bit worried about writing this week’s blog as my creative juices had been used elsewhere. As you know, CQC is moving from a generic model of inspection to expert…
Last week’s blog was a bit of a mammoth read — sorry about that. There was so much to pack in that I broke my self-imposed rules on brevity. This week I’m aiming to be a bit shorter!
Today is the 10th anniversary of my brother Adrian’s death from suicide. He was 35 and you can read about him in some of my previous blogs (Happy Birthday…
This is my last blog of 2014 — a time to look back on the year. It would be difficult to pick one highlight — such a lot has happened.