The Centre for Public Scrutiny (CfPS) is working with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to design and run a programme that will support the development of effective local working between the CQC and health and social care scrutiny.
CfPS is seeking to recruit six to eight interested councils to take part in a national learning set programme.
Participants will be asked to attend up to three face-to-face meetings (reasonable travel expenses will be met) and take part in telephone conferences to support the work. Local areas will also be asked to implement the learning locally, to aid the development of protocols.
For more information visit the scrutiny and CQC webpage