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  1. Content Article
    The standards are grouped into three themes. They are: Responsibility and accountability – outlining where the responsibility and accountability lie within an organisation for setting, reviewing, and taking decisions and action on staffing levels and skill mix. Clinical leadership and safety – outlining the needs of nurse leaders with professional responsibility for teams, their role in workforce planning and the professional development of staff. Health, safety and wellbeing – outlining what’s needed to support nursing staff to provide the highest quality of care, including
  2. News Article
    New standards for the safe working of nurses across hospital wards, care homes and in the community have been set out by the Royal College of Nursing, for the first time in its 100 year history. In a bid to underline the safety-critical nature of expert nurses in healthcare, the RCN hopes the minimum standards will be used to force improvements in safe staffing levels and the treatment of nurses across the country by NHS trusts and other employers. It comes as a new poll finds a majority of adults believe there are not enough nurses to provide safe care. There are 50,000 nursing vaca
  3. Content Article
    Professor Mike Bewick, England’s former national deputy medical director and board member of C2-Ai, Helen Hughes and Clive Flashman, Patient Safety Learning, and Richard Jones, chief strategy officer, C2-Ai, discuss the following top ten digital priorities in this Digital Health article: Strengthen digital literacy. Automation. Investment. Better access to centrally sourced and patient-generated data. Adopt patient safety standards and embed these into new technologies, especially AI. Build safety more strongly into the user experience. Patient safety
  4. Content Article
    The UK model of regulation for healthcare professionals is rigid and complex and needs to change to better protect patients and service users, support our health services and to help the workforce meet future challenges. This consultation seeks views on proposals to modernise the legislation of the healthcare professional regulators. The proposals have been developed in partnership with the professional regulatory bodies, the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care and tested with key stakeholders across the health and care system. The proposed reforms cover four key areas.
  5. News Article
    Nurses are a crucial part of care across a wide range of sectors, with patients and other professionals often reliant on their expertise. That’s why the Professional Records Standard Body (PRSB) has been asked to develop a new nursing standard by NHSx for use across all the different health and social care settings. The standard aims to improve quality and safety of care in key nurse-led areas, including care planning. It will reflect best practice and standardise documentation across different nursing settings, to free nurses and give them more time to care. For example, it will standar
  6. Content Article
    The standards: Improving the quality of Positive Behavioural Support (PBS): The standards for service providers and teams Improving the quality of Positive Behavioural Support (PBS): The standards for training Improving the quality of Positive Behavioural Support (PBS): The standards for individual practitioners All three sets of standards are independent of the establishment of an accreditation process. There is currently no accreditation body responsible for the accreditation of PBS. Establishing standards is a first and necessary step of any accreditation infrastructur
  7. Content Article
    The guidance supports doctors to be able to prescribe safely for their patients, whatever the setting. It sets out the GMC standards for good practice when prescribing face to-face or remotely, when prescribing unlicensed medicines and for when patient care is shared with another doctor Key updates include: new advice for doctors to stop prescribing controlled drugs without access to patient records, except in emergencies. stronger advice on information sharing, making it clear that if a patient refuses consent to share information with other health professionals it may be unsa
  8. Content Article
    The draft standard outlined 10 components on what the NHS expects. It’s based on existing standards and will support a process for reviewing, assessing and evaluating digital health technologies that meet the standard. It is also intended to speed up and streamline how health technologies are reviewed and commissioned by the NHS and social care. Patient Safety Learning's response to the draft: “The standard mentions safety up front as a fundamental principle which is good, but there are areas that still need addressing. For example, the need for user testing is implied, but not expli
  9. Content Article
    The PRSB have collaborated with the Royal College of Physicians Health Informatics Unit on this project. Clinical leadership was provided by clinicians from the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and the College of Paramedics (CoP). The standard has been developed with the support of professionals and patients. This resource includes: The standard Information model Information model (as Excel spreadsheet) Documentation Ambulance handover standard final report v1.0 Implementation guidance v1.0 Clinical Safety Case Report v0.3 - Currently being approv
  10. Content Article
    The eight principles are as follows: The purpose of measurement is to collect and disseminate knowledge that results in action and improvement. Effective measurement requires the full involvement of patients, families, and communities within and across the health system. Safety measurement must advance equity. Selected measures must illuminate an integrated view of the health system across the continuum of care and the entire trajectory of the patient’s health journey. Data should be collected and analysed in real time to proactively identify and prevent harm as o
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