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An informative and entertaining podcast from the Care Home Management magazine editorial team. Hear a review of the latest care home sector news and interviews with the industry's movers and shakers.

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An informative and entertaining podcast from the Care Home Management magazine editorial team. Hear a review of the latest care home sector news and interviews with the industry's movers and shakers.

    Care Training After The Pandemic - special podcast from Care Home Management

    Care Training After The Pandemic - special podcast from Care Home Management

    As we emerge from the pandemic care homes may need to increase their investment in training.

    The question now  is where should they spend their money? Where is the demand coming from and what skill gaps need to be addressed?

    On our must-listen Training Special podcast roundtable, sponsored by Smooth Digital, we cover:
    How the pandemic has proved that elearning can support care home employees with their essential training particularly around the Care Certificate and mental health trainingThe importance of blended learning through eLearning, F2F, virtual and competency assessments. How virtual classrooms will continue to revolutionise how training is delivered, plus the growth in Virtual Reality Training.The importance of having the right Learning Management System in place to truly deliver a blended learning approach for your organisation. Special guests Paul Blane, managing director at Care Business Associate Training, Steven Embleton, chief cloud at My Learning Cloud and Jack Medhurst, business development manager at IHasco.
    Podcast hosted by Steve Hemsley
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    • 45 min
    Managing Risk & Maintaining Cashflow for Care Operators - Special Podcast

    Managing Risk & Maintaining Cashflow for Care Operators - Special Podcast

    In a special podcast in partnership with law firm Irwin Mitchell and sponsored by Smooth Digital, we discuss how care homes can manage risk and maintain cashflow post-pandemic.

    Irwin Mitchell's senior associate Amy Comins and associate Nicola Turner (from the firm's Later Life Planning team) are joined by social care consultant and chair of the Independent Care Group Mike Padgham (also owner of the Saint Cecilia's Care Services), and Shaleeza Hasham, head of communications and commissioning at CHD Living.

    They discuss:


    Financial and capacity formalities that people should have in place before entering careHow to communicate with families and support them. The must-haves and nice to haves when it comes to careDifferent contract optionsSupporting managersDuty of care to residents and staff when it comes to COVID-19 vaccinationsPositive examples of great care during the pandemic.
    Tune in for a fascinating discussion.

    You can find all our podcasts at https://chmonline.co.uk/podcast/
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    • 47 min
    How Using Video Can Boost Your Occupancy Rates - podcast from Care Home Management

    How Using Video Can Boost Your Occupancy Rates - podcast from Care Home Management

    How using video can boost care home occupancy and help with recruitment

    • 12 min
    Legal Special Podcast - vaccination policy and CQC easy wins. From Care Home Management

    Legal Special Podcast - vaccination policy and CQC easy wins. From Care Home Management

    Legal special. Care home policies on vaccination and quick tips to boost CQC rating

    • 34 min
    In conversation with…Professor Deborah Sturdy, England’s first chief nurse for adult social care

    In conversation with…Professor Deborah Sturdy, England’s first chief nurse for adult social care

    England’s first chief nurse for adult social care Professor Deborah Sturdy outlines her vision

    • 13 min
    How To Boost Your Care Home's Online Reputation - a Care Home Management podcast

    How To Boost Your Care Home's Online Reputation - a Care Home Management podcast

    In this special podcast we explore how care homes can tackle negative reviews online.

    Publishing editor Steve Hemsley is joined by Jay Purcell, customer success manager at experts Reputation.  They discuss:

    * Why care homes should care about online feedback
    * What care homes need to do to succeed online
    * How social media and reviews impact occupancy rates, resident satisfaction and ultimately revenue
    * Why care homes should carry out online surveys
    * How online feedback can drive positive change in any care home business

    Tune in.

    More podcasts: https://chmonline.co.uk/podcast/
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    • 15 min

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