Find out what the South West Patient Safety Collaborative is, what it does and why it’s important with this short video. If you like it, let us know by sharing it.
The National Institute for Health Care and Excellence (NICE) has published a new adoption resource to support the introduction of biosimilar versions of infliximab: Inflectra and Remsima. This resource has been developed for both clinical and non-clinical staff to help them manage the introduction of these biosimilar medicines into their care pathways safely and effectively. Read More
In August this year (2015) Jeremy Hunt, the Secretary of State for Health announced the government’s decision to establish a new Independent Patient Safety Investigation Service (IPSIS). This new organisation will launch in 2016. In setting up the new organisation NHS leaders, including Dr Mike Durkin, Director of Patient Safety, NHS England, would like to know what you Read More
Here we have rounded up the most important patient safety news stories over the past few weeks so you don’t have to… Imperial College survey highlights patient safety monitoring issues A new study by Imperial College, London into how the monitoring of safety and quality issues in primary care may be lacking. The small scale Read More
In case you missed it, this is a short video from NHS IQ on the launch of Patient Safety Collaboratives. If you want to know who we are and what we do, this is a good place to start… To learn more about the South West Patient Safety Collaborative, please visit out About Us page.