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  1. Content Article
    Medications are the most widely utilised interventions in healthcare, and medication-related harm constitutes the greatest proportion of the total preventable harm due to unsafe care, let alone the economic and psychological burden imposed by such harm. Medication harm accounts for 50% of the overall preventable harm in medical care. US$ 42 billion of global total health expenditure worldwide can be avoided if medication errors are prevented. Acknowledging this substantial burden and recognising the complexity of medication-related harm prevention and reduction, the theme o
  2. Content Article
    WHO states that medication harm accounts for around 50% of the overall preventable harm in medical care and comes with a huge financial cost, estimated at $42 billion USD annually. Patients can be subject to avoidable harm as a result of medication in a range of different ways, including: prescription errors—being underprescribed or overprescribed medicines or receiving a prescription which does not address the health condition and subsequently results in deterioration. dosage errors—missed doses or incorrect doses, which can occur in a range of different settings. mis
  3. News Article
    The NHS is spending millions of pounds encouraging patients to give feedback but the information gained is not being used effectively to improve services, experts have warned. Widespread collection of patient comments is often “disjointed and standalone” from efforts to improve the quality of care, according to a study by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). Nine separate studies of how hospitals collect and use feedback were analysed. They showed that while thousands of patients give hospitals their comments, their reports are often reduced to simple numbers – and in
  4. Content Article
    NHS Improvement asked NHS organisations to identify, by June 2020, at least one person from their existing employees as their patient safety specialist. Training for these specialists will be based on the national patient safety syllabus being developed with Health Education England. Working with representatives from a few NHS trusts, patient safety partners (patient and public voice representatives) and clinical commissioning groups, NHS Improvement have drafted the requirements for a patient safety specialist to help organisations identify the most appropriate person(s) for the role.
  5. Event
    Dr Donna Prosser, Chief Clinical Officer at the Patient Safety Movement Foundation, will be joined by a multidisciplinary group of patient advocacy experts and clinicians to understand the various meanings of the term 'patient advocacy' and to evaluate how an empowered patient can improve healthcare delivery, experience, and outcomes for all involved. The group will discuss the history and current state of patient advocacy, and will propose recommendations regarding the extent to which various healthcare disciplines and patients and their families can improve patient advocacy. Regi
  6. Content Article
    To use the tool, you just need to enter your height and weight into the online calculator, along with your height and weight 3-6 months ago. You will be given a rating that will tell you if you are at high, medium or low risk of malnutrition. You will then be able to download a dietary advice sheet that gives basic information and suggestions for improving nutritional intake. If you are worried about your weight or having difficulty eating, make sure you talk to your GP or a healthcare professional. The dietary advice sheet was developed in partnership with a number of professional o
  7. Content Article
    How to get involved in World Patient Safety Day 2022 WHO would like to encourage organisations to participate in World Patient Safety Day 2022 and asks that they: share their plans to celebrate. share best practices on the theme of Medication Safety that can be used for World Patient Safety Day. WHO is proposing a wide range of activities for all key stakeholders on and around 17 September 2022, including national campaigns, policy forums, advocacy and technical events, capacity-building initiatives and, as in previous years, lighting up iconic monuments, landmarks and
  8. News Article
    This week is Patient Safety Awareness Week, an annual recognition event intended to encourage everyone to learn more about healthcare safety. During this week, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) seeks to advance important discussions locally and globally, and inspire action to improve the safety of the health care system — for patients and the workforce. Patient Safety Awareness Week serves as a dedicated time and platform for growing awareness about patient safety and recognising the work already being done. Although there has been real progress made in patient safety ov
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