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  1. 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. There will be an extended focus on the role of human factors in patient safety investigation in line with the new National Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF). For further information and to book your place visit www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/conferences-masterclasses/human-factors-in-healthcare or email aman@hc-uk.org.uk Follow on Twitter @HCUK_Clar
  2. Content Article
    As part of implementing the NHS Patient Safety Strategy, there are currently a number of new initiatives being rolled out across the NHS which are intended to achieve its vision of continuously improving patient safety. This includes the development of the Learn from patient safety events (LFPSE) service, for recording and analysing patient safety incidents, a new framework for involving patients in patient safety and the Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF). PSIRF sets out the NHS’s approach to developing and maintaining effective systems and processes for responding to p
  3. Content Article
    Tools and guides Patient safety incident investigation report template Introduction to SEIPS Four tools to help in the initial stages of a learning response Four guides to inform a response to a patient safety incident or cluster of incidents Four guides to support the exploration of everyday work Two tools to enable organisations to respond to broad patient safety issues Two tools to support information gathering and synthesis of information Developing safety actions
  4. News Article
    Major reforms have been set out on how NHS organisations should respond to patient safety incidents, which are aimed at ensuring better engagement with patients and families. The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF), published today, replaces the serious incident framework and provides guidance to trusts on how and when they should conduct investigations. According to NHSE, a key aim is to allow trusts to focus resources on where investigations will have the greatest impact, rather than investigating all incidents as they did under the old framework. NHSE said the
  5. Content Article
    Guidance documents and templates Patient Safety Incident Response Framework Engaging and involving patients, families and staff following a patient safety incident Guide to responding proportionally to patient safety incidents Oversight roles and responsibilities specification Patient safety incident response standards PSIRF Preparation guide PSIRF policy and plan templates Patient safety learning response toolkit The PSIRF is a contractual requirement under the NHS Standard Contract and as such is mandatory for services provided un
  6. Event
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    The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) will be published early August 2022, as a major piece of guidance on how NHS organisations respond to patient safety incidents, and ensure compassionate engagement with those affected. Secondary care providers will be asked to begin preparing to transition to PSIRF from September 2022. Preparation is expected to take 12 months with all organisations transitioning to PSIRF by August 2023. This webinar will be hosted on MS Teams Live to provide: An introduction to the Patient Safety Incident Response Framework and accompany
  7. Event
    This national conference looks at the practicalities of Serious Incident Investigation and Learning from Deaths in Mental Health Services. The event will look at the development and implementation of the New Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (previously known as the Serious Incident Framework). NHS Improvement is working with these early adopters to test implementation, and analysis of this will inform the final version with the revised framework due in Spring 2022. Local systems and organisations outside of the early adopter areas are free to use the already published version of the
  8. Event
    This national conference looks at the practicalities of Serious Incident Investigation and Learning. The event will look at the development and implementation of the new Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (previously known as the Serious Incident Framework) a version of which has now been published and which is being tested in early adopter sites. NHS Improvement is working with these early adopters to test implementation, and analysis of this will inform the final version with the revised framework due in Summer 2022. Local systems and organisations outside of the early adopter areas
  9. Content Article
    Measurement of safety culture – a necessary suite in any Trust's safety measures? Well it seems not! This quick Twitter poll, along with observations from a number of large trusts and discussions at webinars, indicate that culture is not a measure many Trusts have got a handle on. The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) implementation recommends in the pre-framework preparation that we are meant to be doing culture measurement for this important piece of work to land. With a range of tools around, it’s difficult to know how best to measure this sadly ofte
  10. Community Post
    Hi All Pressure ulcers are one the highest reported incidents/ areas for investigation within my directorate and I can see both arguments for investigating to the enth degree or not at all. I sit in the middle, of course! How have the early adopters approached pressure ulcer incidents and investigating these. I know my tissue viability colleagues are slightly twitched by the changes. I welcome all thoughts and am open to ideas!
  11. Content Article
    Example 1. Organisational learning – AARs post-Covid One of the many hospitals that had to rapidly reconfigure services and respond to the first Covid-19 surge invited clinical and operational teams to participate in AARs on any topic of their choice. Over 140 staff, including porters, mortuary technicians, matrons, consultants, junior doctors and nurses at every grade participated in 10 AARs, focusing on learning from different aspects of the response, including the emergency and the elderly care units, the respiratory intensive care team and the redeployment and training activities.
  12. Community Post
    Hi Helen, Do you know which CCGs nationally have providers who are working as the early adopters of the new patient safety framework and how we would get contact details for the CCG patient safety teams? It would be helpful to learn more about what their role is and that starting point with their providers so I can feedback to our exec team. Many Thanks Mary-Jo
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