Handling Information – for Health and Social Care
The importance of good recording, storage of information, and knowing when to share information are described using everyday scenarios in this two module overview course.
If you have a role or responsibility at work within a health or social care setting, this course is for you.
4 reviews for Handling Information – for Health and Social Care
Very visual and informative.
Good scenarios provided and multitude of information. Good to have links to other websites and records of information.
Very easy and clear to understand step by step instructions and very informative.
Easy to follow with pointers and quizzes throughout to make you think and ensure understanding.
Quick and concise course that gives you all the info you need.
Well thought out and easy to use.
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