A report by the Centre for Health Policy at Imperial College London, an academic partner to Health Education England and the Commission on Education and Training for Patient Safety.
The project team studied study the innovations taking place in the four corners of our healthcare system; to listen to the voices of patients, carers, students, and NHS staff; and to absorb the experiences of local and international education experts in patient safety.
Their findings suggest that effective education and training for patient safety is realised through efforts on two equally important fronts: designing curricula and training interventions based on what we know to work, and shaping a culture which supports safe learning and care.
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