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Institute for Healthcare Improvement

The Picker Institute has set a high standard with the Always Events® program. The goal of the Always Events program is the translation of person- and family-centered principles into tangible action. New approaches to communicating […]

Top 10 Health Technology Hazards 2016 Executive Summary

EXECUTIVE BRIEF
ECRI Institute is providing this abridged version of its 2016 Top 10 list of health technology hazards as a
free public service to inform healthcare facilities about important safety issues involving the use of medical […]

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Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Patient Safety Annual Report

Please see Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Patient Safety Annual Report 2015-2016.

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Top 10 Health Technology Hazards – ECRI Institute


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Learning not Blaming


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Generic Surgical Never Events Fishbone – Dr J Carthey


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Continuous Improvement of Patient Safety – The Health Foundation


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‘How to’ Guide to Human Factors – Top Tips

An A5 booklet has been produced that has extracts of case studies and implementation tips from the full ‘How to’ Guide – Volume 2. This A5 booklet can be found here Implementing Human Factors in […]

Implementing Culture Change Within the NHS

The practical steps required to implement culture change in the NHS is the subject of a new report launched today, Thursday 6th November 2014, by the British Psychological Society’s (BPS) Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP).

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Learning from Failure: the Need for Independent Safety Investigation in Healthcare

The NHS should follow the lead of aviation and other safety-critical industries and establish an independent safety investigation agency, according to a paper published today by the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine (*now direct access […]

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