The Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network’s Improvement Academy has supported Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust in implementing the Huddle Up for Safer Healthcare (HUSH) programme funded by the Health Foundation. The Huddles are included in an Intervention Bundle aimed at reducing '2222 calls' that has on fourteen wards delivered a 51% reduction in '2222' calls relating to cardiac arrest.
What will I learn?
- How a safety huddle was implemented in 14 wards accross a Leeds teaching hopsital and introduced an 'intervention bundle' to its deteriorating patients, preventing cardiac arrest.
Deteriorating patients case study: Using patient safety huddles to reduce avoidable deterioration (Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust) https://improvementacademy.org/documents/Projects/Yorkshire%20Safety%20Huddles/AHSN_2222%20case%20study.pdf
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