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  1. 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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  2. This tool will give you effective strategies for managing conflict and helps you prevent or resolve attempts to derail the change process

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

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  5. 2016/17 review of the Never Events policy and framework.

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  6. 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 them. It is relevant to all NHS-funded care.

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

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  9. 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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  10. The VTE risk assessment data collection is used to inform a national quality requirement in the NHS Standard Contract for 2017/18, which sets a threshold rate of 95% of adult inpatients undergoing risk assessments each month.

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  11. The aim is to reduce non-elective admissions for surgical site infection and to improve surgical discharge.

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  12. This guide explains our role across the whole system to help the NHS in England to become the safest healthcare organisation in the world. It describes our statutory patient safety duties and what we are doing to lead and support patient safety improvement across the NHS.

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  13. These resources highlight the difficulties in prescribing opioids to manage chronic pain and offer advice and guidance to all healthcare professionals who are responsible for administering them.

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  14. Part of: Improving quality and safety in healthcare

    Case studies on improving incident reporting culture, providing feedback to staff involved in incidents, sharing learning across the organisation and changing practice to prevent recurrence.

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  15. The Patient Safety Measurement Unit (PSMU) supports the delivery and success of our national patient safety improvement programmes, such as the Patient Safety Collaborative.

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