Resources

A market event stall with Connecting Care resources

Want to find out more about the Connecting Care+ programme? Below are a few useful resources to help provide more information about Wakefield's health and social care system.

 

Useful Links:

 

Useful Documents:

 

Templates:

Connecting Care+ Style Guide

Connecting Care+ PowerPoint Presentation Template

Connecting Care+ Logo

 

Care Home Resources:

Homely Remedies

Care home staff, prescribers and pharmacists working in care homes can download the following materials from the below list:

About Homely Remedies Document

Good Practice Guidance: The Homely Remedies List

Record of Homely Remedies and Audit Sheet

 

Standard Homely Remedy Documents – Not Controlled

Homely Remedies Audit Sheet – Standard Document

Homely Remedies List – Standard Document

 

PrescQIPP

PrescQIPP – Covert Administration Case Study One

PrescQIPP – Covert Administration Case Study Two

PrescQIPP – Covert Administration 2.1

PrescQIPP – Covert Medication Flowchart One

PrescQIPP – Covert Medication Pathway – Best Interest Form

PrescQIPP – Mental Capacity Assessment Tool

PrescQIPP – Good practice guide to prescribing and medication reviews

PrescQIPP – Reducing medicines waste in care homes: Information for care home staff

 

Self-Care Guides for Care Staff

Self-Care – Hay Fever Guidance in Care Homes

Self-Care – Dry Skin Guidance in Care Homes

Self-Care – Adult Nappy Rash Guidance in Care Homes

Self-Care – Earwax Guidance in Care Homes

Self-Care – Indigestion (Dyspepsia) Guidance in Care Homes

Self-Care – Oral Health Guidance in Care Homes

Self-Care – Haemorrhoids Guidance in Care Homes

Self-Care – Head Lice Guidance in Care Homes

Self-Care – Sunscreen/Sunburn Guidance in Care Homes

Self-Care – Cough, Cold & Sore Throat in Care Homes

Self-Care – Vitamin D Guidance in Care Homes

Self-Care – Warts & Verrucas Guidance in Care Homes

Self-Care – Simple Allergic Conjunctivitis in Care Homes

Best Practice Medication Cycle for Care Homes – Electronic

Best Practice Medication Cycle for Care Homes