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  1. Content Article
    Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) is a national programme designed to improve medical care within the NHS by reducing unwarranted variations. By tackling variations in the way services are delivered across the NHS, and by sharing best practice between trusts, GIRFT identifies changes that will help improve care and patient outcomes, as well as delivering efficiencies, such as the reduction of unnecessary procedures, and cost savings. The programme was first conceived and developed by Professor Tim Briggs to review elective orthopaedic surgery to address a range of observed and undesirab
  2. Content Article
    Volume 17, Issue 7, October 2021 Volume 17, September 2021 Volume 17, August 2021 Volume 17, June 2021 Volume 17, April 2021 Volume 17, March 2021 Volume 17, January 2021
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    Putting quality and safety above all else is the first NHS Wales core value. This focus has been strengthened more recently through the Health and Social Care (Quality and Engagement) (Wales) Act (2020), the National Clinical Framework for Wales (2021) and the Quality and Safety Framework (2021). Collectively these set out an aspiration for quality-led health and care services, underpinned by prudent healthcare principles, value-based healthcare and the quadruple aim. In response, and in the context of the challenges at this stage of the pandemic and moving into a recovery phase, Improvement C
  4. Content Article
    The WHO's Global Patient Safety Action Plan framework includes seven strategic objectives, which can be achieved through 35 specific strategies represented in this infographic.
  5. News Article
    In a positive step towards the future of pathology, NHS Digital has received approval from the Data Alliance Partnership Board (DAPB) for a new set of pathology information standards, and as part of NHS England CCIO7 workstreams, NHS Digital are delivering the ability to share pathology results across health and care. This move will enable clinicians to share and access critical information about pathology tests and results and receive the right information when they need it, which will help support improved clinical decision making and patient safety. Read full story. Source:
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    In June last year we outlined the key patient safety challenges faced by the NHS as elective surgery was re-started, following the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.[1] We argued that it was crucial that patient safety was placed at the centre of this thinking and set out the action needed to ensure patients were kept safe from avoidable harm. Subsequently the NHS has borne the brunt of a second wave of Covid over the winter, reducing its capacity to tackle the care and treatment backlog. We are now amid a third wave, driven by the Delta variant, which is again placing immense pressure
  7. Content Article
    As part of the Medicines and Medical Devices Act 2021, the UK Government formally committed to establishing the new role of a Patient Safety Commissioner for England.[1] This was a key recommendation set out in the First Do No Harm report, published in July 2020 by the Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review (also known as the Cumberlege Review).[2] Here we will briefly provide the background to the creation of this role, before then outlining the key elements of our response to the Department of Health and Social Care consultation on this under the following headings:
  8. News Article
    The Care Quality Commission have increased the safety rating for the William Harvey Hospital, in Kent, from 'inadequate' to 'requires improvement'. This comes after the hospital was hit with a safety scandal after staff and members of the public raised concerns about a lack of infection control amid outbreaks of Covid-19. “I am pleased to report that since our last inspection, leaders have worked hard to improve infection control practices in the medical care services departments at both hospitals, although some improvements still need to be fully embedded, particularly at William Harvey
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    WHO Patient Safety Flagship invites you to participate in a virtual event for the launching of the “Global Patient Safety Action Plan 2021-2030”. This global action plan aspires for “a world in which no one is harmed in health care, and every patient receives safe and respectful care, every time, everywhere.” The event marks the achievement of an important and historic milestone, and prominent health leaders and patient safety champions will take you through the global patient safety journey. Speakers include: Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, WHO Mr Jeremy
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