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    This webinar from the Irish Health Services Executive National Quality and Patient Safety Directorate will enable you to: understand what restorative just culture means in practice appreciate how you can apply restorative just culture to your local context learn the benefits of restorative just culture for patients, staff and business hear top tips for applying restorative just culture Register for the webinar
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    The evaluation found that: a restorative approach met substantive, psychological, and procedural needs during the Listening and Understanding phase of the project. Most participants said their dignity was preserved, their experience was validated, and their communications were respectful. the massive extent of harm and injury after surgical mesh procedures was powerfully communicated. This inspired the responsible parties to collaborate and undertake actions for repair and prevention. many consumers were largely unaware of progress on the 19 actions that resulted from the P
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    When considering the persistence of unsafe care, a recurring theme that emerges is a failure to involve patients in their own care. Patient safety concerns raised by patients and family members are too often not acted on and, when harm occurs, they are often left out of the investigation process. As set out in Patient Safety Learning’s A Blueprint for Action, we share the view that patient engagement is key to improving patient safety, with this forming one of our six foundations of safer care.[1] The NHS Patient Safety Strategy identifies the involvement of patients in patient safety “th
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    This webinar discusses: how we currently respond to harm how restorative justice practices differ why restorative justice is important in this complex healthcare environment application to practice.
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    This report, Hearing and Responding to the Stories of Survivors of Surgical Mesh, describes how restorative justice approaches were used to uncover the harms and needs created by surgical mesh use in New Zealand. The actions that consumers and healthcare stakeholders indicated would restore well-being, trust and safe healthcare in New Zealand are included. Skilled facilitators used restorative practices to create a safe space for consumers and health professionals to tell their stories. The same approach supported collaboration between multiple agencies so they could act for repair and p
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    Organisations across the UK and beyond are set to benefit from a unique NHS- academic partnership which sees a focus on staff safety and morale – and delivers significant cost savings. Together Northumbria University and Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust are pioneering professional development courses on Restorative Just Culture. This approach at the Liverpool-based Trust has seen reduced dismissals and suspensions, leading to substantial business savings, and has generated great interest across the health sector. Starting in 2016 Mersey Care has worked to deliver a Restorative Just C
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    Harmed Patients Alliance we will be hosting an online webinar focusing on restorative healing after healthcare harm. This online webinar will explore the issue of second harm in healthcare with a range of patient, academic and clinical expert members of our advisory group. Each panel member will give a presentation sharing their experience and perspective, followed by an interactive panel discussion chaired by Shaun Lintern, Health Correspondent for the Independent. Register
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    The Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research Group continues its programme of seminars with 'Healing after harm: A restorative approach' presented by Jo Wailling, The Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Further information and registration
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