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  1. Content Article
    NHS organisations are able to record patient safety events to the Learning From Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) system via the online recording form or via LFPSE service compliant risk management software. This web page provides details on which organisations have connected to the LFPSE service via their local risk management system.
  2. Content Article
    Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) is a centralised system that healthcare staff can use to record patient safety events and access data and analytics about patient safety events nationwide using the NHS database. It replaces the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) that was used to upload incidents to the NHS. Homerton University Hospital have shared a presentation on how they are going to implement LFPSE into Datix, a quick reference guide and a screen saver they are using to introduce it to staff. Others may find the resources useful and can adopt/adapt them in their own organisations. They can be downloaded from the attachments below. Additional resources on the hub: CSH Surrey share their presentation slides on LFPSE and Datix.
  3. Content Article
    Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) is a centralised system that healthcare staff can use to record patient safety events and access data and analytics about patient safety events nationwide using the NHS database. It replaces the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) that was used to upload incidents to the NHS. LFPSE introduces improved capabilities for the analysis of patient safety events occurring across healthcare, and enables better use of the latest technology, such as machine learning, to create outputs that offer a greater depth of insight and learning that are more relevant to the current NHS environment. LFPSE fields can now integrated into Datix incident form, and the information is uploaded to the national database upon the completion of an incident report. After the reviewing manager’s and Patient Safety Team review, any changes are automatically re-uploaded and the information updated in the national database. CSH Surrey share their presentation slides on LFPSE and Datix.
  4. News Article
    Most trusts are thought to have missed the deadline to launch a new national incident reporting system that has already been beset with difficulties and delays. Seventy per cent of more than 150 patient safety managers polled during a patient safety management network meeting last month said their organisation would not meet the 30 September go-live deadline for the new learning from patient safety events (LFPSE) incident reporting system. LFPSE is a key part of NHS England’s safety strategy and replaces the historic national reporting and learning system. The new reporting system was originally due to be implemented by March 2023. However, this deadline was pushed back six months, after widespread concerns were raised by patient safety managers, which included software quality, incident reporting form complexity and lack of time for testing. Managers have pinned the latest launch delay on RLDatix – the vendor which provides incident software for more than 60% of trusts – claiming it could not provide the functionality needed and its releases were “not fit for purpose”. Read full story (paywalled) Source: HSJ, 16 October 2023
  5. Content Article
    As part of the development of the new Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) service, this report from NHS England summarises the outcome of Discovery Phase research which considered how best patients, service users and their families can give their views on safety incidents, for the whole NHS to learn from.
  6. Content Article
    On 29 September 2023, a group of NHS staff and Experts by Experience joined a Teams meeting to help the National Patient Safety team in NHS England (NHSE) to answer two important questions. 1. Is it a good idea to keep asking NHS staff to record the level of psychological harm experienced by patients and service users, after a patient safety incident? 2. If so, how we can help make sure this is done as well and accurately as possible? Here is the write up of the workshop.
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    The Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) service is the NHS's new system for the recording and analysis of patient safety events. Very little research had been done before to understand the best ways to make sure patients, service users and their families can give their views on safety incidents, for the whole NHS to learn from. Learning from patients’ experiences and how they feel about the care they have received is known to be a very good way to make healthcare services better. However, getting the right information from people in the right way, and making sure the right NHS staff see it and can act on it, is difficult to do. This Show and Tell outlines the research completed to understand how we can do this better through the introduction of the LFPSE service. Audience: This is a publicly open event for anyone interested in understanding the work that NHS England has completed into understanding the best ways to make sure patients, service users and their families can give their views on safety incidents, for the whole NHS to learn from. Speakers: Lucie Mussett Patient Safety Lead & Senior Product Manager for the Learn from patient safety events (LFPSE) service Hope Bristow – Senior User Centred Designer (Informed Solutions) Natasha Hughes – User Researcher (Informed Solutions) Register
  8. Content Article
    To mark this year’s World Patient Safety Day (WPSD), the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) will be running a series of blogs and Talking Heads on key surgical and dental topics in this area. These have been provided by patients, families and carers, alongside members of the College’s Patient Safety Group, College Council and the wider College fellowship. The College’s eleven Surgical Specialty Boards (SSBs) have been asked to provide blogs on how patient involvement in their individual specialty has helped to drive up standards of care. The blogs will provide examples of how patients and carers can play vital roles in making decisions about their own individual care and also how they can enhance the safety of the healthcare system as a whole by contributing to strategic decisions at organisational level. Two blogs will be released on each day of the College’s week-long WPSD campaign, starting on Monday 11 September and leading up to WPSD on Sunday 17 September. Members and Fellows will have access to these through the College website following the campaign.
  9. Content Article
    Recording of a recent RLDatix and NHS England webinar on  Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE).
  10. Content Article
    From September 2023 all organisations who previously reported to NRLS should make the switch to recording to the new Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) service, which will replace the NRLS. From Autumn 2023 organisations will also make the transition from the Serious Incident Framework (SIF) to the Patient safety incident response framework (PSIRF). This means there will be changes to the expectations and processes associated with recording information about the response to patient safety incidents This document provides detail into where incident responses are to be recorded during the transition to LFPSE and PSIRF.
  11. Content Article
    This guide published by NHS England & Improvement describes the validation rules relating to the LFPSE project, specifically around submitting an Adverse Event via the Adverse Event Application Programming Interface (API). It covers several types of validation rules, which have been split into three sections. Bespoke business validation rules which have been implemented based on the dependencies between responses and extensions that cannot be captured by the FHIR resource validation. FHIR validation responses which may be returned from the API when native FHIR validation checks the submission body against the LFPSE FHIR profiles defined for an adverse event. Invalid operations and similar responses which are external to validation of the submission, including responses pertaining to permissions, personal information and any other responses that do not fit into the two categories above.
  12. Content Article
    This NHS dentistry and oral health update has a special focus on patient safety. It includes an introduction by newly appointed Interim Chief Dental Officer (CDO) for England, Jason Wong and covers the following topics: Quality and safety in dental care  Contributing to patient safety learning Using the Learning from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) service Patient safety incidents and harm Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) Spotlight on Project Sphere Regulatory support Clinical leadership in patient safety
  13. Content Article
    This guidance for users of the new Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) service provides context and guidance on selection of appropriate categories when recording incidents. It focuses on which Event Type is appropriate for different circumstances, and how to select the most appropriate options for the Levels of Harm categorisation required within Patient Safety Incidents. It covers the following topics: Definitions – event types Definitions – harm grading When are harm grading fields mandatory? Recording guidance questions and answers
  14. News Article
    In an email to staff today (9 May 2023) NHS England (NHSE) have confirmed that to meet the deadline for implementing the new Learn From Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) service, Trusts will only need to ensure this is underway by the 30 September 2023, rather than fully implemented. LFPSE is a new central national service for recording and analysing patient safety events that occur in healthcare. Some NHS organisations are now using this system, instead of the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS), and all organisations will be expected to transition to this. The original date for Trusts to implement LFPSE was the 31 March 2023. However, in response to concerns about the achievability of this deadline, on the 18 October NHSE announced an optional six-month extension, meaning that Trusts needed to deploy the new system by the 30 September 2023. Today’s email to NHS staff noted that some Trusts “are still anticipating challenges with the time scales”. Responding to this, NHSE clarified that provided the LFPSE transition within organisations Local Risk Management Systems was underway by the end of September, and that application of the guidance to configure formals and fields was being actively worked on, this milestone should be considered as having been met. Commenting on this Helen Hughes, Chief Executive of charity Patient Safety Learning, said: “This is a welcome announcement by NHS England, reducing the immediate pressure on staff who had raised serious concerns on the ability to have LFPSE configured and ready to submit events by the 30 September deadline. This flexibility will ensure that the new LFPSE service has a stronger chance of successful transition and to enable patient safety improvement”.
  15. News Article
    Fresh concerns have been raised about the launch of the national incident reporting system, despite Steve Barclay taking a ‘personal interest’ in hitting the tight timetable, HSJ has learned. NHS England already delayed the launch of the “learning from patient safety events” database by six months, to September this year. It is due to replace the existing national reporting and learning system (NRLS) which is considered to be outdated and at risk of failing. But serious concerns are now being raised again by trust safety managers about whether the revised launch date can be met, HSJ has been told, with calls for it to be extended again until next year. HSJ has heard concerns from several managers that an upgrade due in July to the RLDatix risk management system – which is used by the majority of trusts – will cause knock-on problems implementing LFPSE in September. They said the timeframe was too short for testing and delivering the upgrade in time to make the transition and decommission the old NRLS. The creation of LFPSE is a key part of NHSE’s safety strategy, along with replacing the serious incident reporting system, with an aim of making it easier for staff to record safety events across all services, including primary care, which is excluded from NRLS. Read full story (paywalled) Source: HSJ, 3 May 2023
  16. Content Article
    In this podcast to support providers with the transition to the Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) service, the NHS's new national system for the recording and analysis of patient safety events, NHS England talks to Zahra and Mandy, NHS England reporting leads, about the practical steps providers can take to get connected to LFPSE. It covers how to get started, what to do with your old data, the kinds of support available, what transition means for ICBs, and what the Reporting Leads have learned from the process so far.
  17. Content Article
    In this blog, Patient Safety Learning’s Chief Executive Helen Hughes reflects on some of the key patient safety issues and developments over the past 12 months and looks ahead to 2023.
  18. Content Article
    NHS England has recorded two podcasts sharing insight and advice from organisations that have completed the transition from the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) to the new Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE).
  19. Content Article
    Incident reporting is a crucial tool for improving patient safety, alongside an open culture that supports this. In the NHS the new Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) service is now being rolled out to replace the current National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) and Strategic Executive Information System (StEIS). This article details correspondence between Patient Safety Learning and NHS England in relation to concerns raised by staff about the development and implementation of the LFPSE service
  20. Content Article
    In this podcast, the Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) team talks to the National Director for Patient Safety about the new LFPSE service, why it’s important, and the benefits he thinks it will bring for patient safety.
  21. Content Article
    The Patient Safety Authority has developed a series of decision trees to determine whether a patient safety event is a serious event or incident in a range of different situations.
  22. Content Article
    A new national NHS Learn from patient safety events service (previously called the patient safety incident management system – PSIMS – during development) is in the final stages of development as a central service for the recording and analysis of patient safety events that occur in healthcare. NHS England has now commenced the public beta stage, where some organisations can begin using the system, instead of the NRLS. LFPSE is replacing the current National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) and Strategic Executive Information System (StEIS), to offer better support for staff from all health and care sectors.
  23. Event
    The publication of the New Patient Safety Incident Response Framework in August 2022 has shifted the focus towards identifying and investigating patient safety incidents and events that have the greatest potential to lead to learning and improvement. This conference focuses on patient safety learning – maximising learning and improvement from patient safety insight and events. The conference will support you to identify incidents and insight that has the greatest potential for improvement and use a range of system-based approaches for learning from patient safety incidents. The conference will also update delegates on the new Learn from patient safety events (LFPSE) service and how local incident reporting will adapt to this new system. The roles and competencies of the Learning Response Lead, and the practicalities of involving and engaging with patients to deliver continuous improvement will also be discussed. Finally the conference will share examples of Safety Actions & After Action Reviews which is recommended under the new framework. This conference will enable you to: Network with colleagues who are working to improve the learning from Patient Safety Insight and Events. Update your knowledge on the New Patient Safety Incident Response Framework published in August 2022. Ensure your approach to learning is in line with PSIRF. Understand the new roles of Patient Safety Partner, Patient Safety Specialist and Learning Response Lead. Identifying and prioritise incidents that have the greatest potential for learning. Explore the requirements and value of the Learn from patient safety events (LFPSE) service. Reflect on the perspectives of a patient who has been engaged as a patient safety partner, and understand how to engaging and involving patients, families and staff can lead to improvement. Understand behaviours, decisions and actions that allow continuous learning and improvement. Develop practical approaches to better aligning the work of patient safety and quality improvement teams. Understand how to work with staff to ensure a focus on learning and continuous improvement. Develop your skills in Leading Patient Safety Improvement and techniques for ensuring a system-based approach to learning. Identify key strategies for delivering Safety Actions & After Action Reviews: Delivering, accountability and monitoring. Supports CPD professional development and acts as revalidation evidence. This course provides 5 hours training for CPD subject to peer group approval for revalidation purposes. Register We have five free places for hub members. To secure the places, simply quote HCUK00PSL.
  24. Content Article
    A key benefit of the new Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) service is its introduction of machine learning to hugely enhance the NHS’s capabilities for processing and analysing records of patient safety events. This podcast discusses how we plan to introduce machine learning in LFPSE, how this will support the NHS to improve patient safety, what changes staff will see as a result, our longer-term ambitions, and how providers can get involved in shaping this exciting new revolution in patient safety learning.
  25. Content Article
    Learn from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) presentation from Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust.
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