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  1. Content Article
    All studies reviewed arose in high-income settings, demonstrating the need for studies on frontline clinical leadership development in low-and middle-income settings. Clinical leadership development is an ongoing process and must target both novice and veteran frontline healthcare providers. The content of clinical leadership development interventions must encompass a holistic conceptualization of clinical leadership, and should use work-based learning, and team-based approaches, to improve clinical leadership competencies of frontline healthcare providers, and overall service delivery.
  2. Content Article
    This case study outlines: Aims, objectives and scope Method and approach Measurement plan Learning points Plans to spread the learning and adoption
  3. Content Article
    This consultation ran from 31 October 2017 to 23 January 2018 and sought views on what was needed to protect the public as much as possible and at the same time support the development of the workforce. The consultation has now ended and the government will take forward legislative changes to the regulators’ fitness to practise processes and operating framework. The changes will deliver: modern and efficient fitness to practise processes better supported professionals more responsive and accountable regulation.
  4. Content Article
    A Blueprint for Action identifies two core issues that underpin the persistence of avoidable harm. The first is that by treating patient safety as a ‘priority,’ healthcare organisations make the safety of patients open to compromise. A Blueprint for Action makes the case that patient safety it is more than a ‘priority’ – it is part of the core purpose of healthcare. The second core issue identified in A Blueprint for Action is that unlike, for example, fire safety, no person or body sets patient safety standards for healthcare organisations. As a result, the health and social care systems
  5. Content Article
    What will I learn? About the regulation Guidance on how to implement the regulation Related legislation Related guidance
  6. Content Article
    This guide supports a conversation between managers about whether a staff member involved in a patient safety incident requires specific individual support or intervention to work safely. it asks a series of questions that help clarify whether there truly is something specific about an individual that needs support or management versus whether the issue is wider, in which case singling out the individual is often unfair and counter-productive it helps reduce the role of unconscious bias when making decisions and will help ensure all individuals are consistently treated equally and
  7. Content Article
    The report concludes that rounds are a ‘slow intervention’ that develop their impact over time. They create a safe, reflective space for staff to talk together confidentially, and attending rounds increased staff’s empathy and compassion for colleagues and patients, supported them in their work and helped them to make changes in practice. The analysis highlights the necessary conditions for rounds to work.
  8. News Article
    Regulators have apologised to a health manager who went through “five years of hell” while being investigated for misconduct, before being told there was no case to answer. Debbie Moore was a senior manager at the former Liverpool Community Health Trust, where there was a major care scandal in the early 2010s. As head of healthcare at HMP Liverpool, where many of the most serious failings were identified, Ms Moore was suspended in 2014 and referred to the Nursing and Midwifery Council. She was accused of multiple failures to take action or escalate concerns, of failing to investigate
  9. News Article
    Today, the nonpartisan nonprofit Patient Safety Movement Foundation will lead a demonstration in the nation’s capital to raise awareness for the patient safety crisis that claims more than 200,000 lives annually in the U.S. due to preventable medical harm. The demonstration begins from Freedom Plaza and participants will walk down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol Lawn, where they will hold a remembrance of loved ones lost needlessly to preventable medical errors. The demonstrators will also demand the creation of a National Patient Safety Board to implement data-driven standards, transp
  10. Content Article
    In this guidance, the term ‘worker’ refers to a person who is directly employed by the provider, an agency worker, someone who is in training with them or who provides services to them. It explains: the CQC whistleblowing why you should have a whistleblowing policy the protection the law gives to workers who raise concerns the benefits of encouraging workers to raise concerns what the CQC will do when we receive information from a whistleblower.
  11. Content Article
    We have a new app within Homerton which is featured on the hub. The Homerton University Hospital (HUH) Action Card App is an initiative that aims to bridge the gap between information/processes with clinical members of staff without the need to log into a computer, access the intranet, and finding the long black and white document which is never ending. The Action Card App has easy to read, 1-page coloured documents relating to local and national/local incident trends and Never Events. We entered the Patient Safety Learning Awards on the back of seeing the hub and finding content on there
  12. Content Article
    This document is for those wishing to implement the SJR process at a regional or local level, with specific reference to clinicians, managers, commissioners and trainers in secondary and tertiary care. It should also be useful as a reference for community and primary care providers.
  13. Content Article
    Taking action when you have concerns is an important part of professional practice, but sometimes it’s difficult to know how to raise concerns appropriately.
  14. Content Article
    This report is not exclusive to the NHS, they set out recommendations for all industries. In this report, the APPG sets out its findings as follows: The UK regulatory framework of whistleblower protection is complicated, overly legalistic, cumbersome, obsolete and fragmented. The remedies provided by PIDA are mainly retrospective and largely not understood. A general obligation for public and private organisations to set up whistleblowing mechanisms and protections is missing. The definition of whistleblowing and whistleblowers is too narrow. Consequently, the prot
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