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  1. Event
    Voices for Improvement: Facilitating the co-existence of Lived and Learned Experience Rachel Matthews, Head of Experience at National Voices and Associate Lived Experience Leader Keymn Whervin have co-designed and developed a prototype programme of coaching and mentoring, which will bring mutual benefit to those with Lived and Learned Experience and improve health and social care. We know that people with Lived Experience bring important insight to the design and delivery of care, and understand how resources can be directed for better value. However, they do not often get the opportu
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    In order to support the NHS Priorities set out for 2022/2023 in delivering significantly more elective care to tackle the elective backlog and to reduce long waits, we take a look at the developing approaches to patient care using collaborations with providers delivering treatments in the home in order to support patient flow. This webinar will explore: How teams have innovated to provide hospital-at-home during the Covid-19 crisis and what’s needed to maintain the momentum of change? What is the future direction for hospital-at-home, post-pandemic, and what will accelerate
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    "I wish to inform the house of the Government’s plans to establish a Special Health Authority under secondary legislation to continue the Maternity Investigation Programme which is currently a function the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch. Plans to establish the Health Services Safety Investigations Body as a Non-Departmental Public Body are contained in the Health and Care Bill 2021. The Health Services Safety Investigations Body will take forward the work of the current Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch’s national programme once fully operational (expected to be April 2023).
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    the hub is free and easy to join. Most importantly, it is helping to drive safer care in a number of ways: Still wondering whether to become a member? Here are our top seven reasons for signing up to the hub: 1. Access thousands of patient safety resources Home to a wealth of patient safety resources, you can browse or search our library (called ‘Learn’) to access videos, blogs, guidance, research, practical tools and much more. All our content is tagged so you can easily find other similar items of interest in our Learn library. Just click on the tags on the left-hand si
  5. Content Article
    Too often health and social care is designed and delivered around the traditional idea that the patient is the passive participant in the care process. A recurring theme that emerges time and again from serious patient safety failings is that concerns raised by patients and family members are not acted on and, when harm occurs, they are left out of the investigation process. Discussing the shocking degree of avoidable harm to patients as a result of side effects of hormone pregnancy tests, sodium valproate and pelvic mesh implants, the findings of last year’s important patient safety repo
  6. Content Article
    the hub is our award-winning platform to share learning for patient safety. It offers a powerful combination of tools, resources, stories, ideas, case studies and good practice to anyone who wants to make care safer for patients. the hub has continued to grow this year as a repository of patient safety research and good practice, while also providing a community for people who share our vision of a world where patients are free from avoidable harm. Since its launch, the hub has had over 659,000 pageviews and 298,000 visits, with 218,00 unique site visits from 201 different countries. We n
  7. Content Article
    The webinar panel: Rachel Power (chair) - Chief Executive, Patients Association Ruby Bhatti OBE – Patient/Carer, Patients Association member Hameed Khan - Patient/carer, Patients Association member Alexandra Freeman - Executive Director, Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication Jonathan Berry - Personalised Care Group, NHS England & Improvement Victoria Thomas - Head of Public Involvement, NICE You can also view the presentation slides from the webinar
  8. Content Article
    The following online courses are available: Communicating potential harms and benefits: primary care version Communicating potential harms and benefits: obstetrics and gynaecology version Communicating potential harms and benefits: perioperative version Communicating potential harms and benefits: plastic surgery version Communicating potential harms and benefits: ophthalmology version Communicating potential harms and benefits: cancer genetics version
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    This Westminister Forum conference will discuss the priorities for NICE within health and social care following the publication of the NICE Strategy 2021 to 2026: Dynamic, Collaborative, Excellent earlier this year, which sets out NICE’s vision and priorities for transformation over the next five years, including: rapid and responsive evaluation of technology, and increasing uptake and access to new treatments flexible and up-to-date guideline recommendations which integrate the latest evidence and innovative practices improving the effective uptake of guidance through coll
  10. News Article
    On Monday 22 November, the UK under its G7 Presidency convened a meeting on ‘Patient safety: from vision to reality’, co-sponsored with the World Health Organization (WHO). Patient safety is a critical global public health issue and is essential if health systems are to advance and achieve universal health coverage (UHC). This event provided an important opportunity to demonstrate the continued importance of patient safety as an urgent global endeavour, facilitate international collaboration, and support strategic initiatives designed to eliminate avoidable harm in healthcare globally. Si
  11. Content Article
    The blog shares topics discussed, including: providing a voice for people with Long Covid. genuine co-production. greater awareness of Long Covid symptoms. patients' experiences being validated. providing practical support for those with the condition. the impact of social determinants such as income, housing and discrimination on the levels of support people receive for Long Covid.
  12. News Article
    A ‘culture of distrust’ between consultants and the use of incident reporting as a tool of ‘reprisal’ impacted patient care at a trust’s cardiology department, a review has concluded. An external review undertaken for Hull University Teaching Hospitals Trust has made a series of recommendations after looking into allegations of bullying and several examples of poor care within its cardiology services. In a report published in the trust’s board papers, the Royal College of Physicians reported a “perceived tendency to downplay clinical incidents, and, to undermine those who wanted to r
  13. Content Article
    NIHR PSRCs will undertake high quality translational, applied and health services research that addresses strategic patient safety challenges within the health and care system. The aim of the new scheme is to develop, validate and test innovations, approaches and interventions that have the potential to lead to improvements in patient safety and the safety of health and care services. NHS organisations in England, in collaboration with a university partner, are eligible to apply and applications must be submitted online through the Research Management System (RMS). View the NIHR's Gu
  14. Content Article
    Last Friday I joined the Patient Safety Management Network where the topic of discussion was AARs – what was already known, what wasn’t, how people are implementing AARs, the benefits they’re seeing and what more is needed to help people share their experiences and useful ‘how to’ resources. Here I’ll briefly summarise this valuable discussion and the insights shared by members of the Network, which included both Patient Safety Managers and Assistant Directors of Patient Safety and Quality, with a wide range of professional backgrounds and knowledge in the topic. This is ahead of Judy Wa
  15. Content Article
    The Buurtzorg onion model starts from the client perspective and works outwards to assemble solutions that bring independence and improved quality of life. The onion model assembles the building blocks for independence based on universal human values: People want control over their own lives for as long as possible People strive to maintain or improve their own quality of life People seek social interaction People seek ‘warm’ relationships with others. The professional attunes to the client and their context, taking into account the living environment
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