What do the patient safety review and response reports cover?
Each of our Patient safety review and response reports covers a six month period, outlining how we identified issues and risks by reviewing patient safety incident reports, and the actions taken as a direct result to protect patients from harm. They include information and case studies on what we did to address ‘rare and under-recognised’ safety issues identified through the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) and other sources.
First and foremost, by showing the difference their efforts make, these reports are a thank you to all the staff, patients and members of the public that take the time to report, but also provides useful information about the core work of our patient safety team and how it uses incident reporting to improve safety across the NHS.
Review and response reports
- Patient safety review and response report April to September 2018
- Patient safety review and response report October 2017 to March 2018
- Patient safety review and response report: April to September 2017
- Patient safety review and response: October 2016 to March 2017
- Patient safety review and response: April to September 2016
Report a patient safety incident
Both healthcare staff and the general public are encouraged to report patient safety incidents, whether they result in harm or not.
Find out how to report a patient safety incident.
If you're aware of a new or under-recognised issue that you believe we should be acting on, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.