DUTY OF CANDOUR
The duty of candour requires registered providers to act in an open and transparent way with people receiving care or treatment from them. This means that the health care professional must tell the person (or where appropriate, their advocate, carer or family when something has gone wrong, apologise and offer an appropriate remedy or support to put matters right if possible.
February 2022 -February 2023 Duty of Candour Report.
Sally Cullen is pleased to report that the Duty of Candour Report has not been required to be implemented.