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  1. Event
    There are so many organisations that are doing great work related to Patient and Family Advisory Councils (PFACs) but an astounding number are not and this work is crucial to performance improvement. Meaningful and sustainable incorporation of the patient and family perspective is no longer optional for organisations that strive for high reliability. In this Patient Safety Movement webinar, the panelists will discuss the background of person-centred care, the history of its incorporation in the clinical setting, and the introduction of PFACs, current organisational barriers to implementin
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    There are many sources of variation in healthcare that can affect the flow of patients through care systems. Reducing and managing variation enables systems to become more predictable and easier to manage so allowing improvement of quality and safety. To effect successful service improvements, you need to understand the source of variation and use a range of tools to reduce and manage it. This pandemic has provoked the best of human compassion and solidarity, but those who manage our health systems still face extraordinary challenges responding to COVID-19. Looking beyond the crisis, our
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    What you need to know Medical treatment can create lasting trauma in patients that may affect their future ability to seek out and receive healthcare. People with treatment related trauma need informed, sensitive, and supportive care in all healthcare settings. Help patients with treatment trauma feel involved and empowered during decision making. Education into practice How could you establish whether your patient has experienced any treatment trauma? What support could you offer a patient who has experienced treatment trauma? How and when could you explo
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    In January the CQC published a formal consultation on its new strategy from 2021.[1] The future aims and ambitions of England’s health and social care regulator clearly have important implications for improving patient safety. It not only plays a key role in assessing and holding organisations to account on safety issues, but also has the influence and reach to promote and spread patient safety improvements and good practice more broadly at a system level. Here we will briefly overview the aims and ambitions of the CQC’s new strategy, before then reflecting on the key points we included i
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    Patient Safety 35. We affirm that patient safety is a global health priority that deserves urgent attention and concerted action, particularly in the context of the additional strains on health systems as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. We recognise patient safety as one of the significant cornerstones for achieving UHC and SDGs. The principle of "first do no harm" is a fundamental element to providing quality healthcare and services. We are committed to strengthening the international coordination of initiatives and platforms to improve patient safety through quality of care and people
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    #CoProLive is a festival of co-production taking place 19 – 21 October 2020. It is brought to you by UCL Centre for Co-production as part of the run up to their official launch on 22 October. These sessions are a celebration of co-production from friends of the Centre and the Centre itself, showcasing a variety of different approaches to authentic co-production. The sessions running are: Creative co-production with Gill Phillips, creator of Whose Shoes? - Monday 19 October 14:00-16:00 UK time Gill Phillips is the Director of Nutshell Communications Ltd and creator of Whose Shoes
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    The paper acknowledges the success, failure and efficiency of all safety efforts is fundamental to the experience of patients and families. In addition, the safety systems in place in an organisation directly shape and define the clinician’s experience. Generated from these concepts, key recommendations in integrating safety and experience are explored: • acknowledge safety as a primary driver for overall experience of both patients and clinicians • approach safety and patient experience through a unified lens • make financial choices that reflect a commitment to t
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    Key take-away messages The healthcare organisation you work in is a system of interacting human elements, roles, responsibilities and relationships. Quality and patient safety are performed by your human-designed organisational structures, processes, leadership styles, people's professional and cultural backgrounds, and organizational policies and practices. The level of interconnection of all these aspects will impact the distribution of perception, cognition, emotion and consciousness with the organisation you work for. What goes on between people defines what your he
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    The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), Chief Scientist Office (CSO) Scotland, Health and Care Research Wales, and the Public Health Agency Northern Ireland invites people to use the UK Standards for Public Involvement in all types of research activity. People, teams and organisations in health research often ask "What does good public involvement in research look like?". High quality public involvement can make a real difference to research and healthcare; however, it needs to evolve and improve over time. The UK Standards for Public Involvement provide clear, concise statemen
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    Hello everyone, We know there is much learning to be gained from listening to patient and families. This is particularly true when it comes to patient safety. Have you had an experience that you'd like to share with us? Maybe you identified a risk or shared a concern and were listened to and unsafe care was avoided? Maybe you weren't listenied to or you didn't realise what was going on and you or your family member were harmed? How did you find out about the patient safety incident? Was information shared with you that you needed to know? Were you supported? Was there an invetsigati
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