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  1. Part of: Patient safety alerts

    Rolling data updated monthly, to show the number of patient safety incidents reported to the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) in the last 12 months.

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  2. The Serious Incident framework (2015) describes how Serious Incidents should be reported and investigated in the NHS. We are seeking views on how our guidance could be revised to support the system to respond appropriately when things go wrong.

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  3. Part of: Inspiring improvement across the NHS

    Resources to support delivery of reducing the impact of serious infections (antimicrobial resistance and sepsis) CQUIN, parts 2c and 2d for 2018/19.

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  4. Sets out the objectives for acute trusts and clinical commissioning groups to make continuous improvement in Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) care.

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  5. Part of: Inspiring improvement across the NHS

    Resources to support delivery of reducing the impact of serious infections (antimicrobial resistance and sepsis) CQUIN, parts 2c and 2d for 2017/18.

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  6. Follow the approach set out in this guidance to deliver the aspiration of zero tolerance of on MRSA bloodstream infections (BSI) and help prevent future infections.

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  7. Analysis of the patient safety incidents reported in England to the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) up to December 2017.

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  8. Part of: Patient safety review and response reports , Patient safety alerts

    A summary of how we reviewed and responded to the patient safety issues you reported.

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  9. This guide encourages managers to treat staff involved in a patient safety incident in a consistent, constructive and fair way.

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  10. These alerts rapidly warn the healthcare system of risks. They provide guidance on preventing potential incidents that may lead to harm or death.

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  11. The number and proportion of admitted adult patients in England who have been risk assessed for VTE in 2017/18.

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  12. Tool to help NHS organisations and commissioners understand the productivity and cost elements associated with treating pressure ulcers.

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  13. Reporting a Serious Incident must be done by recording the incident on the Strategic Executive Information System (StEIS). This system facilitates the reporting of Serious Incidents and the monitoring of investigations between NHS providers and commissioners.

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  14. The number and proportion of admitted adult patients in England who have been risk assessed for VTE.

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  15. Dr Nigel Kennea, Associate Medical Director at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, describes the work his trust has done to embed better processes for learning from deaths.

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