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  1. Content Article
    The Patient Safety Management Network is growing from strength to strength and last week’s drop-in session was a brilliant example of the value of people getting together and sharing insights, experience and photos of small dogs. Debbie, Charlotte, Hannah and Thomas are an enthusiastic powerhouse of a patient safety team from Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust. They were invited to share how they have been developing the Trust’s approach to patient safety, building a positive and proactive team even in this last year, during the pandemic. They were inspiring, sharing their passion, vis
  2. Content Article
    Key recommendations Communicate leadership support for a culture of safety. Model expected behaviour within a safety culture. Develop and enforce a code of conduct that defines appropriate behaviour to support a culture of safety and unacceptable behaviour that can undermine it. Create an environment in which people can speak up about errors without fear of punishment; use the information to identify the system flaws that contribute to mistakes. Apply a fair and consistent approach to evaluate the actions of staff involved in patient safety incidents. Suppo
  3. Content Article
    Belonging to a group, a tribe, is important to me. Shared challenges, shared purpose, shared experiences and shared knowledge in what I do - these are the reasons why it’s important to me. Alone, we are not able to reach our full potential, but together we are strong and are able to stand on the shoulders of giants. Why do we need a network? For the past few years, a perfect storm has been brewing. The need for a network of patient safety managers has never been more evident. There were three themes playing on my mind - each one was troubling me and affecting the way I was perfor
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    The Learning from Excellence (LfE) team bring you the 4th LfE Community Event. The theme for the event is “Being better, together”, reflecting on their aspiration to grow as individuals, and as part of a community, through focussing on what works. For this event, they are partnering with the Civility Saves Lives (CSL) team, who promote the importance of kindness and civility at work and seek to help us to address the times this is lacking in a thoughtful and compassionate way, through their Calling it out with Compassion programme. The 2021 event is planned to be on-line and will include
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    THIS Space, is now open for registration. It will be held online on 24 and 25 November 2021. Aiming to promote interdisciplinary and intergenerational exchange to build the field of healthcare improvement studies, THIS Space is open to all and free to attend for those in the UK and internationally. The event will create space for interaction, networking, and sharing – you can find out more about the programme here. THIS Space aims to: provide a focus for knowledge sharing in healthcare improvement stimulate innovation and fresh thinking help researchers to develop the
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    This online event is an important update for prescribers, and for those who take prescribed medicines, on the RPS Prescribing Competency Framework. This framework was originally produced in by the National Prescribing Centre as a competency framework for all prescribers, and updated by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) in 2016. Join this event to: Hear about the changes to the RPS competency framework for all prescribers. Hear how others in pharmacy and other healthcare professions are using the framework. Ask questions to colleagues who were involved in upd
  7. Content Article
    Background In 2018, SIM was selected for national scaling and spread across the Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs). The High Intensity Network (HIN) has been working with the three south London Secondary Mental Health Trusts: The South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust and South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust, and the Metropolitan Police, London Ambulance Service, A&E, CCG commissioners, and the innovator and Network Director of the High Intensity Network. The model can be summarised as: A more integrated, infor
  8. News Article
    Labour has urged the NHS and Matt Hancock to pause their plan to share medical records from GPs to allow time for greater consultation on how the idea would work, saying that maintaining patients’ trust must be paramount. In a letter to the head of NHS Digital and the health secretary, the shadow public health minister, Alex Norris, said Labour backed the principle of improved data collaboration but shared the concerns of some doctors’ groups. The Royal College of General Practitioners warned NHS Digital a week ago that plans to pool medical pseudonymised records on to a database and
  9. News Article
    The NHS has announced that Dr Hilary Cass OBE, former President of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, will lead an independent review into gender identity services for children and young people. The review will be wide-ranging in scope looking into several aspects of gender identity services, with a focus on how care can be improved for children and young people including key aspects of care such as how and when they are referred to specialist services, and clinical decisions around how doctors and healthcare professionals support and care for patients with gender dysphori
  10. News Article
    Leaders of US ECRI and its affiliate, the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP), announce the launch of a joint Patient Safety Organization (PSO), an important step in making medication, medical devices, and healthcare practices safer for patients across all care settings, now during the COVID-19 pandemic, and into the future. Read full story Source: CISION PR Newswire
  11. News Article
    Today, four leading global organisations dedicated to fighting preventable deaths due to medical errors announced their partnership to co-convene the #uniteforsafecare programme on World Patient Safety Day (September 17, 2020). In June, the Patient Safety Movement Foundation announced the wide-ranging campaign to bring attention to system-wide improvements that will ensure better health worker and patient safety outcomes, called #uniteforsafecare. Now, the organisation will be joined by the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), The Leapfrog Group, and International Society for Qual
  12. Content Article
    The NHS will not pay to improve patient safety You may think that I am saying this to be contentious, but sadly I am not. As an independent business consultant who supports new businesses and entrepreneurs in the health and care sector, this is a conversation which I have on almost a weekly basis. The reason for this is that most innovations are in response to a perceived problem, and there is no problem more obvious than harm caused to patient during medical treatment. The British are by nature innovative (36,558 Patent Applications were made by UK citizens in 2019, ranking in the to
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