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  1. Content Article
    Seven features of safety in maternity units 1. Commitment to safety and improvement at all levels, with everyone involved 2. Technical competence, supported by formal training and informal learning 3. Teamwork, cooperation, and positive working relationships 4. Constant reinforcing of safe, ethical, and respectful behaviours 5. Multiple problem-sensing systems, used as basis of action 6. Systems and processes designed for safety, and regularly reviewed and optimised 7. Effective coordination and ability to mobilise quickly
  2. Content Article
    Follow the link below for more information and an illustrative example from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
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    Key points This framework highlights the following five dimensions, which the authors believe should be included in any safety and monitoring approach in order to give a comprehensive and rounded picture of an organisation’s safety: Past harm: this encompasses both psychological and physical measures. Reliability: this is defined as ‘failure free operation over time’ and applies to measures of behaviour, processes and systems. Sensitivity to operations: the information and capacity to monitor safety on an hourly or daily basis. Anticipation and preparedness: the ability to anticipate, and be prepared for, problems. Integration and learning: the ability to respond to, and improve from, safety information.
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    Key highlights Empirical description of safety case development at service level in healthcare. Safety cases can support adoption of proactive and rigorous safety management. Adaptation to purpose and use of safety cases might be required in healthcare. Education should be provided to practitioners and regulators.
  5. Content Article
    This leaflet includes patient information on: why is patient safety important how you can help your medicine recognising acute illness what happens if your Early Warning Score increases? what should relatives or friends do if they are worried that your health is worsening or not improving? blood clots safe surgery infections falls prevention advice preventing pressure ulcers.
  6. Content Article
    The report also confirms that the NHS serves as a ‘safety net’ for the private sector with around 6,000 people a year transferred to NHS hospitals following treatment in private hospitals. Read the press release and coverage on BBC News, the Telegraph and Health Service Journal Read a blog on patient safety from Peter Walsh Sources of further information on patient safety private hospitals Read a blog from Colin Leys exploring the issues in the report.
  7. Content Article
    2020 National Patient Safety Goals (NPSGs) for specific programmes include chapters on: ambulatory healthcare behavioural healthcare critical access hospital home care hospital laboratory nursing care centre office-based surgery.
  8. News Article
    Five years after launching a plan to improve treatment of black and minority ethnic staff, NHS England data shows their experiences have got worse. Almost a third of black and minority ethnic staff in the health service have been bullied, harassed or abused by their own colleagues in the past year, according to “shameful” new data. Minority ethnic staff in the NHS have reported a worsening experience as employees across four key areas, in a blow to bosses at NHS England, five years after they launched a drive to improve race equality. Critics warned the experiences reported by BME staff raised questions over whether the health service was “institutionally racist” as experts criticised the NHS “tick box” approach and “showy but pointless interventions”. Read full story Source: The Independent, 18 February 2020
  9. Content Article
    The guide also provides helpful links and contact information for readers interested in learning more about the highlighted resources. The majority of DoD PSP tools and resources are available to anyone providing care in the Military Health Service. These evidence-based resources offer opportunities to make any heath care facility safer and more open to discussions to build a culture of safety.
  10. Content Article
    The benefits of team events like briefs and huddles are documented. Briefs, or briefings, are planning events that occur before a case (for example, in the operating room), a shift, a procedure, a day in the clinic/office, or before an intervention. The brief allows the team leader to explain what is going to happen, cover pertinent contingencies, get input from each member of the team (including the patient), and ensure that each team member knows his or her roles and responsibilities. Huddles are team events for problem solving and updating the plan. Anyone can call for a huddle to deal with new issues, added complexities, unusual circumstances, or any need to adapt the earlier plan. Huddles occur frequently throughout the health care system and many times throughout the day. Briefs and huddles can be used in virtually any health care venue. The Briefs and huddles toolkit contains everything you need to implement briefs and huddles in your health care organisation. The toolkit includes: Toolkit overview Toolkit user guide Briefs and huddles facilitation guide Briefs and huddles facilitation slides Handout Briefs and huddles quick review Additional resources Action planning guide Toolkit evaluation form.
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