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  1. Part of: The NHS Patient Safety Strategy

    Dr Nikita Kanani, NHS England and NHS Improvement’s Medical Director of Primary Care, describes the changes that will underpin safety improvement in primary care.

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  2. Part of: The NHS Patient Safety Strategy

    Patient and Public Voice Partners Khudeja Amer-Sharif, Douglas Findlay, Priscilla McGuire, Simon Rose, Joanne Hughes and Jono Broad, describe their work to co-produce principles for involving patients both in their own safety and in the wider delivery of healthcare.

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  3. Part of: The NHS Patient Safety Strategy

    Prof Wendy Reid, Executive Director of Education and Quality and National Medical Director at Health Education England (HEE), describes the plans for a universal patient safety syllabus and training programme for the whole NHS.

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  4. Part of: The NHS Patient Safety Strategy

    Joan Russell, Head of Patient Safety Policy and Partnerships, and Wayne Robson, Head of Patient Safety Cross System Development, describe plans for designating and networking ‘patient safety specialists’.

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  5. Part of: The NHS Patient Safety Strategy

    Chief Executive of the West of England Academic Health Science Network and Patient Safety Collaboratives lead Natasha Swinscoe, and Head of Patient Safety Programmes Phil Duncan on how the National Patient Safety Improvement Programme will use continuous quality improvement to deliver safer care.

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  6. Part of: The NHS Patient Safety Strategy

    Clinical negligence claims are costly events, both in terms of the harm caused and the expense that results. Helen Vernon, Chief Executive of NHS Resolution, discusses the importance of generating and sharing insight from the harm that can result in clinical negligence claims.

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  7. Part of: Effective use of data and diagnostics , Staff engagement and communication , Developing a retention strategy , Interim NHS People Plan case studies and resources

    Read this improvement resource to learn how West London NHS Trust improved retention of allied health professionals (AHPs).

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  8. Part of: Transforming patient-level costing in the NHS

    Healthcare costing standards and collection guidance for collection year 2019.

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  9. Part of: Supporting new starters and newly qualified staff

    The recruitment team at Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust developed this questionnaire to find out how they could improve their recruitment process.

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  10. This overview sets out detail on the government policy on homes for NHS staff and support to deliver it.

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  11. These national standards cover all invasive procedures including those performed outside of the operating department.

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  12. During quarter 4, patient demand reached record levels, but the NHS had planned well for winter pressure. So, despite unprecedented demand, NHS providers delivered the first winter year-on-year improvement in the core emergency care standard in five years.

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  13. Part of: Supporting new starters and newly qualified staff

    This resource lays out how to implement a preceptorship scheme and provides a good example of how to communicate this to staff in a clear, concise, one-page flyer.

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  14. Part of: Flexible working to support work-life balance

    Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust implemented new e-rostering software to maximise availability of both permanent and temporary staff by capturing all staff deployment on one e-rostering system.

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  15. Part of: Flexible working to support work-life balance

    The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust developed an enhanced care assessment tool to better understand patients’ needs — ensuring e-rostering is more efficient and effective.

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