Learning about Health and Social Care

This week I have been doing a lot of learning.  It amazes me how much there is to learn out there and how much of it is actually free. If you are new to health and social care either as a carer or a student this may quickly become information overload leaving you feeling more confused than when you started. Providing too much information is not necessary a good thing as people need time to think and consider what they have learnt. 

I have added a few links to help people with this on the side bar on the right. You can visit these any time of the night or day and you can drop in and out when you need to. Some of them offer you the option to have email notifications of new information on the site so you do not need to keep checking. Anything that saves you time in your busy working day  is useful. You can also sign up to Twitter and follow me @HSCBlog where I will also try to keep people updated although this will also be to help people to keep in touch with each other. 

In the ever changing world of health and social care there is only one thing we can be sure of and that is that  things will always be changing. Finding ways of keeping up to date is therefore very important for you and the people you care for.

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