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  1. Content Article
    In a series of short posts, Steven Shorrock, Humanistic Systems, outlines briefly some of these proxies. Work-as-imagined Work-as-prescribed Work-as-disclosed Work-as-analysed Work-as-observed Work-as-simulated Work-as-instructed Work-as-managed
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    This report being issued to the General Medical Council, Care Quality Commission and NHS organisations and makes the following seven recommendations: 1 Establish structured senior support This can be done by re-establishing the team structure with consultants at the forefront of the delivery of care. Time should be made for safe handovers and structured ward rounds, utilising every opportunity to train. Finally, opportunities should be identified each day when Foundation Doctors and Core Trainees can contact seniors to discuss problems. 2 Reintroduce the hospital mess It is
  3. Content Article
    The key topics covered in this video are as follows: What is human factors/ergonomics and how does it relate to healthcare? (at 2 mins and 20 secs) What is the value of high reliability to healthcare? (at 9 mins and 20 secs) How can patient insights and contributions help to create more highly reliable organisations? (at 17 mins and 40 secs) Reflections on the impact of culture and barriers pose to increasing resilience and learning from safety. (at 20 mins and 45 secs) The role of ‘speaking up’ initiatives. (at 25 mins and 40 secs) Incident reporting and
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    It’s time to register for the 2022 World Patient Safety, Science & Technology Summit, hosted by Patient Safety Movement in the USA. The 2022 World Patient Safety, Science & Technology Summit (WPSSTS) is co-convened by the American Society of Anesthesiologists, the European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care and the International Society for Quality in Health Care, and will celebrate the Patient Safety Movement Foundation’s first 10 years of achievements. The 2022 WPSSTS will confront leading patient safety issues with actionable ideas and innovations to transform the co
  5. Content Article
    Over the last five years, teams at Spectrum Health Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan, had completed at least four different improvement projects focused on increasing adherence to the independent double check (IDC) process. An IDC is when two registered nurses independently check a medication to ensure it is correct prior to administering it to the patient. Like other institutions, the hospital did not require this process for all medications but did require it for a select group of medications considered higher risk if given in incorrect doses, routes or times.
  6. Event
    A team of educators from the Investigation Education, Learning & Standards department at the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB) will discuss why they believe investigation is emerging as science in its own right. It’s described by Dawn Benson at the HSIB as “the adoption of a scientific approach to the development to all aspects of investigation practice, education, policy and research”. When in post as a national investigator at HSIB, Dawn noticed that the mix of expertise, knowledge and experience of her colleagues was heterogeneous and included psychology, sociology, sys
  7. Event
    Aimed at Clinicians and Managers, this national virtual conference will provide a practical guide to human factors in healthcare, and how a human factors approach can improve patient care, quality, process and safety. This conference will enable you to: Network with colleagues who are working to embed a human factors approach. Learn from outstanding practice in using human factors and ergonomics to improve patient safety and quality, Reflect on national developments and learning including the patient safety syllabus and new role of patient safety specialist. Unde
  8. Content Article
    The National patient safety syllabus has five training levels. This page provides access to the first two levels of training. Level 1 - Essentials for patient safety This is the starting point for all NHS staff, and includes sections on: Listening to patients and raising concerns The systems approach to safety, where instead of focusing on the performance of individual members of staff, we try to improve the way we work Avoiding inappropriate blame when things don’t go well Creating a just culture that prioritises safety and is open to learning about risk and
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