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  1. Content Article
    The Eastern Mediterranean/African Adverse Events Study is a large scale study carried out in six Eastern Mediterranean and two African countries, to assess the number and types of incidents that can occur in their hospitals and harm patients. To carry out this study, a collaborative model was established in which 26 hospitals from eight countries, Egypt, Jordan, Kenya, Morocco, South Africa, Sudan, Tunisia and Yemen participated. This document contains the main findings of the Eastern Mediterranean/African Study. It presents some of the risks associated with harm in the participating
  2. Content Article
    This is an independent review of the SLS: 1. To consider recommendations made by the State Coroner and by independent reviews conducted in response to the Chemotherapy Underdosing that relate to incident reporting and management. 2. To determine and describe how the SLS is used across SA Health for patient incident reporting and management including: a. adoption and uptake; b. data extraction; c. reporting; d. incident management; and e. open disclosure to patients and feedback to staff. 3. To identify factors that are impeding or may impede the use of S
  3. Content Article
    The new research maps the provision of safer custody telephone lines across the prison estate - dedicated phone lines which enable family members and others to pass on urgent information when they have concerns. It finds that provision is patchy, under-resourced and even non-existent in some prisons, leaving families struggling to share their concerns with prison staff. The report reveals that: Almost two in five (37%) prisons in England and Wales appeared to have no functioning dedicated safer custody telephone lines for families to get in touch. Of these, nearly one in five
  4. Content Article
    Key findings: The majority of studies typically classify patient harm as preventable if it occurs as a result of an identifiable modifiable cause and its future recurrence can be avoided by reasonable adaptation to a process or adherence to guidelines. At least 6% of patients experienced preventable harm across the healthcare service. 13% of the identified preventable harm causes prolonged or permanent disability or leads to death. The main types of patient safety incidents which contribute to preventable harm are medication incidents, diagnostic incidents and incidents
  5. 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.
  6. Content Article
    Summary of recommendations Taking the learning from good practice, the CQC want to see tangible progress on four key areas. Below is a summary of the CQC's recommendations. People with a learning disability and or autistic people who may also have a mental health condition should be supported to live in their communities. This means prompt diagnosis, local support services and effective crisis intervention.People who are being cared for in hospital in the meantime must receive high-quality, person-centred, specialised care in small units. This means the right staff who are trained to support t
  7. Content Article
    This review was carried out in response to the very low numbers of investigations or reviews of deaths at Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust. Over a four-year period, fewer than 1% of deaths in Southern Health’s learning disability services and 0.3% of deaths in their mental health services for older people were investigated as a serious incident requiring investigation. Throughout this review, families and carers have told the CQC that they often have a poor experience of investigations and are not always treated with kindness, respect and honesty. This was particularly the case for f
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