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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). 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 im
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    At Patient Safety Learning we seek to harness the knowledge, insights, enthusiasm and commitment of health and social care organisations, professionals and patients for system-wide change and the reduction of avoidable harm. The scale of this challenge remains immense. Each year, millions of patients suffer injuries or die because of avoidable harm in healthcare. The World Health Organization (WHO) states that in high-income countries 1 in every 10 patients is harmed when receiving hospital care.[1] In the UK, the NHS pre-Covid estimate was that there were around 11,000 avoidable deaths a
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    This one-day virtual course is suitable those engaged or interested in patient safety, quality improvement & service delivery. On this interactive virtual course we will explore how human factors and ergonomics impact everyday working practices & patient safety. This material aligns with key focuses of the National Patient Safety Strategy, PSIRF & several domains of the National Patient Safety Syllabus 2.0. This course is equivalent to 6 hours of education. It will show you how to take a systems approach to respond to patient safety investigations using the SEIPS Model. P
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    The NHS England National Patient Safety Team are hosting two workshops to support Integrated Care Boards to prepare to transition to the new Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF). The workshops will be held across two dates Monday 16 January 2023 and Tuesday 17 January 2023 to create smaller group sizes for discussion. The content will be the same across both dates. The webinar will cover: Introduction and latest updates on PSIRF. How oversight changes under PSIRF. The new role of the ICB. Working collaboratively with providers. Training requir
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    This Engaging and involving those affected by patient safety incidents – exploring different models webinar is part of a practical webinar series from NHS England to support organisations to transition to the Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF). Following the PSIRF preparation guide, this webinar focuses on the question from the ‘Discovery and diagnostic’ phase - ‘How do you engage and involve those effected by patient safety incidents?’ The agenda includes: Update from the national patient safety team. Designing systems and processes to meet the require
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    This is the second in a series of practical webinars from NHS England to support organisations to transition to the Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF). Following the PSIRF preparation guide, this webinar coincides with the transition from the ‘Discovery and diagnostic’ phase, to the ‘Governance and quality monitoring’ phase. The agenda includes: Update from the national patient safety team. Look back at the ‘Diagnostic and discovery’ phase and look forward to the ‘Governance and quality monitoring phase’ with examples of challenges and successes.
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    The Learn Together project engaged with, and learnt from, the experiences of everyone involved in investigations – patients, families, staff, investigators, policy makers, and other key stakeholders – to find out their needs during, and experiences of, the investigation process. Together, they have co-designed new guidance to make investigations more human and meaningful for those involved, and support better organisational learning. The project has created investigation resources to support you if you are involved in a Patient Safety Incident Investigation either as a patient, famil
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    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
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    This conference focuses on patient involvement and partnership for patient safety including implementing the New National Framework for involving patients in patient safety, and developing the role of the Patient Safety Partner (PSP) in your organisation or service. The conference will also cover engagement of patients and families in serious incidents, and patient involvement under the Patient Safety Incident Response Framework published in August 2022. This conference will enable you to: Network with colleagues who are working to involve patients in improving patient safety.
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    The NHS England National Patient Safety Team are hosting this webinar on 15 December 2022 to support independent providers to prepare for the implementation of the new Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF). The webinar will help independent provider organisations to work through the PSIRF preparation phases alongside their ICBs to enable transition to the new framework from the existing Serious Incident Framework by Autumn 2023. The webinar will cover: Introduction and latest updates on PSIRF How to engage and support collaborative working How to develop a
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    This session hosted by the Advancing Quality Alliance (Aqua) aims to help Senior Leaders in the NHS understand the what, why and how of the Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) and what it means in terms of responsibilities, assurance, and review of investigation outcomes (moving from blame towards learning and improvement). This event is aimed at Executive and Non-Executive Directors. Register
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    This session hosted by the Advancing Quality Alliance (Aqua) aims to help Senior Leaders in the NHS understand the what, why and how of the Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) and what it means in terms of responsibilities, assurance, and review of investigation outcomes (moving from blame towards learning and improvement). This event is aimed at Executive and Non-Executive Directors. Register (Please note, this event will be repeated on 5 December 2022)
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    This free webinar will explore what the future looks like for this critical area of human factors investigation. The presenters will each talk about a different aspect and there will be time for you to ask questions. The future of healthcare investigation: focus on learning and improvement Mark Sujan will talk about the new NHS England Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) which puts emphasis on learning and improvement. You’ll hear about the limitations of existing approaches to learning from incidents in healthcare, which PSIRF tries to overcome. You’ll then find out abou
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    What has changed? There have been a lot of conversations about the timeline, with many people saying that the initial date of March 2023 to switch was too challenging. There was also concern that there wouldn’t be enough time to transition to an approved LFPSE supplier if they needed to. NHS England announced on 18 October that there will now be an optional six-month extension to the original transition timeline of 31 March 2023; however, there are still things which must be in place by this date despite the extension. What you need to know By 31 March 2023, providers must ha
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