Datix Blog

Read the latest insight from our patient safety experts

Syringe And Pills
UK
31st March 2012

Pitfalls in the Informed Consent Process – Candid Discussions of Risk

Accessing quality healthcare and exercising individual options for care are basic human rights.

Read More
Cheese Accident
UK
15th March 2012

Causal Contributing Factors Grandparents… Parents… Children…

The usefulness of classifying patient safety incidents, the insufficient or failed processes that result in harm

Read More
Sherlock
UK
6th February 2012

“Primum non nocere” - first do no harm

When most of us think about patient safety incidents we tend to focus on harm related to specific acts of omission or system inefficiencies that result in harm.

Read More
Wet Floor
UK
16th January 2012

Patient Safety Incidents – Clarity in Definitions Matters!

There is a conundrum in patient safety incident classification that arises because of conflicting opinions regarding just what is or is not an incident.

Read More
Jets
UK
19th December 2011

“Never Leave Your Wingman” - Mentoring for Safety

Healthcare education is about mentoring and generally this means that more experienced clinicians provide top-down mentoring

Read More
Systems Thinking
UK
17th November 2011

Systems Thinking - We are not planes nor pilots

Healthcare safety monitoring​ and improvement strategies have often been compared to other industries and found to be lacking.

Read More
Sign up for blog updates
Book a demo
Contact us

Contact Us

We will respond to your query and deal with your personal data in accordance with our Privacy Policy. If you are an organisation already benefitting from, or likely to benefit from, Datix’s products and services, we may get in touch with you to consider this further.

Book a Demo

We will respond to your query and deal with your personal data in accordance with our Privacy Policy. If you are an organisation already benefitting from, or likely to benefit from, Datix’s products and services, we may get in touch with you to consider this further.