I have always wondered about the ethics of public bodies, especially surrounding Adult Care Services and CCGs, and have come across the Nolan Principles, as per:
The Nolan Principles – …ask your council; which includes health, social and care services.
The Committee on Standards in Public Life (CSPL) is an advisory non-departmental public body of the United Kingdom Government, established by John Major in 1994 to advise the Prime Minister on ethical standards of public life. It promotes a code of conduct called the Seven Principles of Public Life, also known as the Nolan principles after the first chairman of the committee, Lord Nolan.
The Committee on Standards in Public Life is an independent advisory non-departmental public body, with a se...
Are the Nolan Principles defunct? As it seems like they have been around for quite some time. I have read this should underpin trust in public bodies. Shocking to say the least, as I have also read the focus is on behaviour not processes.
Do these principles apply to all employees of care agencies?
(“…all people appointed to work in…care services”).
Unpaid carers and people with disabilities have had to come to terms with this a long time ago …
A lot of Joe public are just starting to realise our government don’t give a toss.