Patient safety framework

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  • Francis Report
    • Francis report was based on west midlands to start with which ended up identifying a national problem which co-insided through all NHS trusts.
    • Patient Safety Frameworks
      • A promise to learn, a commitment to act
        • At its core, the NHS remains a world-leading example of commitment to health and health care as a human right – the endeavour of a whole society to ensure that all people in their time of need are supported, cared for, and healed. It is a fine institution.
      • NHS England
        • The involvement of patients in their care is a top priority for the NHS, highlighted in the NHS Constitution1 and the NHS Five Year Forward View2 . Healthcare providers are encouraged to develop different relationships with patients and communities to help empower them and engage them in their care.
      • Nice Guidelines
        • Nice guidelines look at the compitencies of qualified staff in the sense of providing treatment at patient contact to avoid admission as well as a whole.
      • Paramedic Pathfinder
      • PALS (Patient Advice Liaison Service)
      • Incident Reporting
        • Effective feedback from incident reporting systems in healthcare is essential if organisations are to learn from failures in the delivery of care. Despite the wide-scale development and implementation of incident reporting in healthcare, studies in the UK suggest that information concerning system vulnerabilities could be better applied to improve operational safety within organisations.
      • Definition
        • Patient safety is the avoidance of unintended or unexpected harm to people during the provision of health care. We support providers to minimise patient safety incidents and drive improvements in safety and quality. Patients should be treated in a safe environment and protected from avoidable harm.


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