Building on strong foundations: Shaping the future of health and care quality regulation

Building on strong foundations: Shaping the future of health and care quality regulation

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is now carrying out the final stage of consultation on its strategy for 2016-2021. This comes at the end of several months of engagement and informal consultation with providers, people who use health and care services, and other stakeholders.

The 2016-21 strategy will set out our proposals for developing the way we work to make sure we are flexible and responsive to the changing health and social care landscape, and continue to serve the interests of people who use those services.

Following the publication of the strategy consultation document on 11 January, we will be seeking the views of members of the public and representatives from public organisations at a number of events. These will provide an opportunity for you to explore some of the strategy proposals and give us feedback.

If you would like to attend one of the events below, you can register your interest by selecting your preferred date and location on our events page.

DATES AND LOCATIONS

THURSDAY 21 JANUARY (1-4PM), MANCHESTER

FRIDAY 22 JANUARY (1-4PM), BIRMINGHAM

TUESDAY 26 JANUARY (1-4PM), NEWCASTLE

WEDNESDAY 27 JANUARY (1-4PM), BRISTOL

FRISDAY 29 JANUARY (9AM-12PM), LONDON

Spaces at the workshops are limited and will be made available on a first-come, first-served basis. However, if you are unable to secure a place at one of the workshops you will still be able to contribute your views via a web form and we will also be hosting a range of other engagement activities online and via social media using the hashtag #cqcstrategy.

Please share the details of these events as widely as possible to anyone you think may be interested in attending.

Further Information

The CQC strategy consultation document will be published on 11 January and will be available on the events page.

To view our previous strategy, ‘Raising standards, putting people first 2013-16’, or the October strategy signposting document ‘Building on strong foundations’, or to find out more about the work of the CQC, please click here.

CQC has commissioned Glasgows Event Management to run this series of strategy consultation events. If you need help to register, or you would like to speak to a member of the events team, please email cqcstrategy@glasgows.co.uk or telephone 01772 767731.

CQC Strategy events

Glasgows

81-91 Waterloo Road

Preston

PR1 2BH

Help shape the future of the CQC at one of our public workshops, visit our event page for more detail http://www.cqcstrategy-publicevents.glasgows.co.uk/