Reflections on Patient Safety

High Five Branding
31st July 2018

​Celebrating 70 years and the rich history of the NHS

Improving patient safety is a long-standing concept that originated with the revolutionary advances brought about by Florence Nightingale.

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Learning From Avoidable Harm And Death
20th December 2016

Learning from Avoidable Harm and Death in Healthcare

​In recent years, there has been an increasing recognition that the way in which the NHS investigates and learns

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How Short Is An Organisations Memory
31st May 2016

Just how short is an organisation’s memory?

Sixteen years after an Organisation with a Memory was published, Jonathan Hazan Director at Datix, takes a closer look at what has been achieved in that time

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Joining Datix
1st May 2016

Joining Datix – May 2016

​In March last year, the Morecambe Bay Investigation report was published.

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Datix
18th June 2013

A discussion on Harm Scales

I am interested in discussing the value of classifying patient safety events within graduated severity levels in contrast to using harm/no harm classification.

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Patient Bed
12th February 2013

Changing Paradigms from “Healthcare Services” to “Healthcare Outcomes”

Over the past 10-20 years a large proportion of healthcare services have shifted from inpatient to outpatient settings.

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