No Force First features in new CQC resource

08 Dec 2017

The Care Quality Commission, as part of their on-going commitment to reducing restrictive practice, have included Mersey Care in their latest guidance as an example of a provider with a comprehensive and wide ranging plan to address this key issue.

This is further recognition of the determination of our clinical teams to work diligently towards a restraint free future and will inevitably add to the sustained external interest shown by other organisations who are looking to develop their own plans.

Read the piece about Mersey Care and our No Force First initiative on pages 6-9 of the report HERE.