Survey suggests 65,500 people read Caring Times

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Readers rate Caring Times as a leading long term care publication, particularly valuing its content and design, according to the reader survey recently conducted by Caring Times.

Readers identified residents’ fees as the most important issue they look to read about in the care sector’s leading management magazine.

Fees were closely followed by inspection and regulation issues, along with recruitment and legal matters. Articles on training also rated highly, as did items on clinical practice.

The survey showed that Caring Times readers are highly experienced, with most readers who returned the survey having worked in the sector for seven years or more. Thirty-nine per cent of responses came from singly-owned care homes, 37% of returns came from homes that were part of groups owning between two and 15 homes and 20% of responses came from homes belonging to larger corporate providers (8% of respondents did not indicate whether or not they were part of a g

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