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  1. Event
    WHO Patient Safety Flagship invites you to participate in a virtual event for the launching of the “Global Patient Safety Action Plan 2021-2030”. This global action plan aspires for “a world in which no one is harmed in health care, and every patient receives safe and respectful care, every time, everywhere.” The event marks the achievement of an important and historic milestone, and prominent health leaders and patient safety champions will take you through the global patient safety journey. Speakers include: Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, WHO Mr Jeremy
  2. Content Article
    Recently Dr Peter Brennan tweeted a video of a plane landing at Heathrow airport during Storm Dennis. I looked at this with emotion, and with hundreds of in-flight safety information, human factors, communication and interpersonal skills running through my head. I thought of the pilot and his crew, the cabin crew attendants and the passengers, and how scared and worried they would have felt. On a flight, the attendants will take us through the safety procedures before take off. We are all guilty, I am sure, of partly listening because it is routine and we have heard it all before. Then s
  3. Content Article
    What are PFD reports? There is a statutory duty for coroners to issue a PFD report to any person or organisation where, in the coroner’s opinion, action should be taken to prevent future deaths. These reports are made publicly available on the Coroners Tribunals and Judiciary website with the organisations involved having a duty to respond within 56 days. When serious incidents occur in healthcare that result in the death of a patient, PFD reports play a key role in identifying what went wrong and the actions needed to prevent this reoccurring. These crucial insights may often be appl
  4. Content Article
    The strategy was developed over two years and involved input from a wide range of people, including service users, carers, front-line HSC staff, commissioners, departmental policy officials and professionals & Trade Unions. It has also been the subject of public consultation and was formally launched in November 2011. Its purpose is to create a strategic framework and plan of action that will protect and improve quality and, therefore, patient safety across all three dimensions within health and social care over the next 10 years. It recognises that this will be a period of major chal
  5. Content Article
    This document is a demonstration of Virgin Care’s commitment to providing the best quality community healthcare services to citizens in North Kent. Quality Accounts are an opportunity for an organisation to take stock of what has been achieved and to look ahead at what is planned for the coming year.
  6. Community Post
    I have been thinking recently about the challenges which is posed towards larger trusts with regards to patient safety. Particularly with getting information disseminated to all staff and being reliant on endless emails. I have recently done some work with our Action Card App which has posed its own challenges particularly with physically getting around the Departments, spreading the word, and assisting people on the app itself. What really helped us iare screen savers, twitter and having those key conversations with stakeholders within the trust. I was wondering what everyone elses perspectiv
  7. News Article
    A leading public health expert has launched a devastating critique of the government’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak in the UK, saying it is too little too late, lacks transparency and fails to mobilise the public. Prof John Ashton, a former regional director of public health for north-west England, lambasted a lack of preparation and openness from the government and contrasted Britain’s response to that of Hong Kong. “Right at the beginning of February, they [Hong Kong] adopted a total approach to this, which is what we should have done five weeks ago ourselves. They took a d
  8. Content Article
    Objective Reduce incidence of falls and harm. Embed falls prevention into everyday practice. Engage clinical staff to identify patients at risk and implement harm prevention strategies. Process for target wards: Present data for the past 12 months for falls by severity, as baseline metric. Present serious falls and actions undertaken. Falls Risk Assessment audit as baseline metric. Falls Link Worker ensures a display board is refreshed with falls prevention displays and audit result. Ward team set own targets for improvement weekly. Te
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