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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Part of: Safer staffing

    A guide to help standardise staffing decisions for learning disability services in community and inpatient settings.

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  4. Improvement resource to help standardise safe, sustainable and productive staffing decisions in mental health services.

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  5. Part of: Safer staffing

    Improvement resource to help standardise safe, sustainable and productive staffing decisions in maternity services.

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  6. Part of: Safer staffing

    A guide to help standardise staffing decisions in adult inpatient wards in acute hospitals.

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  7. Improvement resource to help standardise safe, sustainable and productive staffing decisions in the district nursing service.

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  8. LIIPS website is a useful resource to access information on local QI and patient safety training and activity. The website also signposts to existing free resources.

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  9. Part of: Patient safety review and response reports , NHS England and NHS Improvement National Patient Safety Alerts

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

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  10. Six monthly summaries of how we reviewed and responded to the patient safety issues you reported.

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  11. 2016/17 review of the Never Events policy and framework.

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  12. The Stop the Pressure website is an improvement resource for health professionals and patients to access current information for the benefit of all at risk of pressure ulcers.

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  13. Helping providers to learn from deaths that occur in their care.

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  14. This Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) report presents key findings and recommendations based on the analysis of complete data relating to term stillbirths, neonatal deaths and babies with brain injuries born during 2015.

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  15. Pressure ulcers are an avoidable and costly harm. We are working to create a significant culture shift and eliminate avoidable pressure ulcers in acute, community and mental health provider settings.

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