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Learners promote a culture where attitudes and approaches ensure concerns and complaints directly influence service improvement

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Learners promote a culture where attitudes and approaches ensure concerns and complaints directly influence service improvement to include ALL of the following:

  • All concerns and complaints are acted upon promptly and recorded in line with organisational processes without compromising consent and confidentiality
  • All concerns and complaints are investigated using systems and processes and outcomes are logged and reported to appropriate bodies
  • Using information on any concerns or complaints as a regular agenda item at team meetings
  • Making explicit use of lessons learnt from concerns or complaints, trends and areas of risk in annual service reviews
  • Making explicit use of lessons learnt from concerns or complaints in service improvement plans, setting SMART targets and monitoring their achievement