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  1. Content Article
    Patient safety made headlines at the recent Patient Safety Learning Conference when Professor Ted Baker (Chief Inspector of Hospital for the CQC) declared that there has been “little progress' for NHS patient safety over past 20 years”. Such an assessment feels overly harsh, but in the context of the Mid Staffordshire incident and the more recent events in Liverpool, it is clear that sometimes hospitals do fail to protect the patients they are caring for. When Aidan Fowler, NHS National Director of Patient Safety, called for “Directors of Patient Safety” to be appointed in every NHS
  2. Content Article
    In this blog, David Naylor, a senior leadership consultant at The King’s Fund, reflects on ‘imposter syndrome’, considering its impact on third sector leaders and beyond.
  3. Content Article
    The guide includes: How to select, implement and evaluate the guide’s strategies. How patient and family engagement can benefit your hospital. How senior hospital leadership can promote patient and family engagement. Strategy 1: Working with patients and families as advisors shows how hospitals can work with patients and family members as advisors at the organisational level. Strategy 2: Communicating to improve quality helps improve communication among patients, family members, clinicians and hospital staff from the point of admission. Strategy 3: Nurse bed
  4. Content Article
    The Healthcare Leadership Model is made up of nine ‘leadership dimensions’. The document gives a brief description of what each dimension is about and why it is important, and a section that says ‘what it is not’ to provide further clarity.
  5. Content Article
    Key learning points The NHS Leadership Academy has three strategic aims for inclusion across health and care, against which all leadership development interventions and strategies are measured. These are to: Raise the level of ambition on inclusion Quicken the pace of change towards inclusion Ensure that leadership is equipped to achieve and leave an ever increasing and sustainable legacy of inclusion.
  6. Community Post
    One of the interesting discussions at our Patient Safety Learning Annual Conference was what do future directors of patient safety look like? What are the skills and attributes that they will possess? Andy Burrell wrote an excellent blog for the hub following this: What are you thoughts and suggestions?
  7. Content Article
    Movies from 1939 are engrained in American culture. They share narrative, characters and quotes that people are aware of even if they, alas, haven’t seen the films. The list of films produced in what some consider the finest year in Hollywood history speaks for itself; it includes Stagecoach, Ninotchka, Destry Rides Again, Mr Smith Goes to Washington, The Wizard of Oz and both my and the Academy’s favourite, capping the impressive output with a December 1939 release, Gone with the Wind. While recognising that certain characterisations in these movies haven’t aged well, the films have made
  8. Content Article
    Q: Dan, please tell us about yourself? A: Well, if I had to describe myself, I guess I would say I am an iconoclast of sorts. I tend to look at issues intellectually from multiple directions and maintain a healthy scepticism about generalisations and issues not supported by sound data. This leads me to ask questions, to think outside the box and to work to modify for improvement any traditions or embedded concepts that no longer serve a purpose. I am a collaborator and always open to listening and learning from people I work with, those who have worked for me and those I have worked fo
  9. Content Article
    Speaking on 2 October at the Healthcare Excellence Through Technology conference, Heather Caudle and Ijeoma Azodo, both members of the Shuri Network, stressed the importance of diversity when developing new technologies like artificial intelligence (AI).
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