The House of Lords and House of Commons created a Joint Select Committee to review the draft Health Service Safety Investigations Bill. This Committee was appointed to gather evidence and give feedback on the draft […]
The draft bill proposes setting up the Health Service Safety Investigations Body (HSSIB).
The HSSIB will conduct investigations which focus on learning from patient safety incidents in the NHS, to reduce health care harm and improve […]
The review makes recommendations to support a more just and learning culture in the healthcare system. It covers:
- the process for investigating gross negligence manslaughter
- reflective practice of healthcare professionals
- the regulation of healthcare professionals
The Never Events policy and framework sets out the NHS’s policy on Never Events. It explains what they are and how staff providing and commissioning NHS-funded services should identify, investigate and manage the response to […]
This thought paper explores how healthcare systems can develop a system-wide approach to investigating and learning from the most serious patient safety issues, and examines the organisational infrastructure that is needed to support this.
Many safety-critical […]
In October the Department of Health set out a consultation seeking views on providing a ‘safe space’ in healthcare safety investigations, click here to view the consultation. The CHFG have been working with James Titcombe, […]
The Government have published the Expert Advisory Group report which recommends how the new “Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch” in NHS England should be established.
You’ll be aware that the CHFG have campaigned for many years for […]