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CQC: Learning from safety incidents

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Feeding at risk
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CQC: Learning from safety incidents

Issue 6: Caring for people at risk of choking

From the CQC website:

When something goes wrong in health and social care, the people affected and staff often say, "I don’t want this to happen to anyone else." These 'Learning from safety incidents' resources are designed to do just that.

Each one briefly describes a critical issue - what happened, what CQC and the provider have done about it, and the steps you can take to avoid it happening in your service.

Issue 6: Caring for people at risk of choking