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  1. Content Article
    Addressing these safety challenges must be a key priority for the new Prime Minister and Health Secretary. This report makes five recommendations, highlighting the vital role that the intelligent collection and monitoring of patient safety data, and the rapid response to any concerns they raise, can play in the continuous improvement of patient safety. Underpinning all of these recommendations is the principle that, first and foremost, patient safety needs to be seen and truly understood from the patient’s perspective. Recommendations: The breadth of patient safety data needs to in
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    How to have safety conversations: A resource for healthcare providers How to have safety conversations: A resource for patients and caregivers “What makes you feel safe” posters Presence of Safety - This document describes how Healthcare Excellence Canada is supporting a transformative shift from seeing safety as the absence of harm, to a more holistic approach that fosters safe, inclusive care. Engagement capable environments organizational self-assessment tool A journey we walk together: Strengthening indigenous cultural competency in health organizations Can
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    Coordinate precise messaging across multiple communication channels, including print when appropriate for particular patients, to drive desired patient behaviour Leverage insight at the person level through persona groups developed with multiple data points and machine learning See what’s working – and what isn’t – and continuously adjust the communications strategy accordingly.
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    The report looks at the following issues: To what extent are maternity services affected by staffing shortages? What impact are staffing shortages having on antenatal care? What impact are staffing shortages having on labour and birth? What impact are staffing shortages having on postnatal care? What impact are staffing shortages having on neonatal care? What impact are staffing shortages having on the quality and/or safety of bereavement care? What impact are staffing shortages having on learning from incidents? What impact are staffing shorta
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    Key points HSSIB’s safety investigations will have legal privilege, also often referred to as ‘safe space’. This means that its investigation evidence and findings are subject to special protections. They cannot be disclosed without the HSSIB chief investigator’s consent, or without a High Court order that has assessed the public benefit of that disclosure. HSSIB will not need to obtain prior patient or family consent to speak to staff and capture the details of what happened during an incident. HSSIB will have the power to require staff to speak to its investigators.
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    Join ImproveWell and representatives from Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust and Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust, to discover: how the current landscape in maternity services looks as regards quality, safety, and workforce sentiment; how engaging the workforce to improve is the key to positive transformation; and lessons and best practice in engaging the workforce in improvement within the maternity services at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust and Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust. Register for this event
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    Doctors suffering from burnout are far more likely to be involved in incidents where patients’ safety is compromised, a global study has found. Burned-out medics are also much more likely to consider quitting, regret choosing medicine as their career, be dissatisfied with their job and receive low satisfaction ratings from patients. The findings, published in the BMJ, have raised fresh concern over the welfare and pressures on doctors in the NHS, given the extensive evidence that many are experiencing stress and exhaustion due to overwork. A joint team of British and Greek resea
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    "Thank you for the opportunity to speak today and support the system leadership being shown by the PSA. My name is Helen Hughes, and I am the Chief Executive of Patient Safety Learning, a charity and an independent voice for system wide change. We seek to improve patient safety through our policy, influencing and campaigning, as well as developing and promoting ‘how to’ resources such as the hub, our free learning platform for patient safety, and our recently launched organisational standards for patient safety. At the heart of our approach is a commitment to listen to, learn from a
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