Institutional abuse and neglect: time for policy and regulatory reform?

By Kirsty Keywood and Margaret Flynn Posted: February 1, 2022

Attention to the abuse and neglect of people in institutional settings is at the forefront of existing and proposed policy agendas.

In this blog, Kirsty Keywood and Margaret Flynn use their experience of undertaking and contributing to a number of Safeguarding Adult Reviews to profile two themes relating to regulatory challenges that require significant attention. 

  1. Regulating Profit-Making in Institutional Care
  2. Relatives: The Undervalued Regulatory Agents

They also highlight areas for further development and reform. Read the full blog to find out more about their conclusions…

Policy@Manchester Blogs: Health and Care: https://blog.policy.manchester.ac.uk/health-and-care/2022/02/institutional-abuse-and-neglect-time-for-policy-and-regulatory-reform/

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