We've released three short videos to mark the first-ever World Patient Safety Day

  • 17th September 2019
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17 September 2019 marks the first-ever World Patient Safety Day. Launched by the World Health Organization, World Patient Safety Day is part of WHO's global campaign to create awareness of patient safety and urge people to show their commitment to making healthcare safer.

Patient Safety Learning is contributing to the day with a call to action to improve patient safety. Our contribution includes:

For more on our thinking and proposed actions, including our six foundations to address the causes of unsafe care, please see our latest report, A Blueprint for Action.

Why not join the conversation and sign up for the hub? It's quick, easy and free to join.

You can also see more of our videos in the Resources area of our website.

Finally, don't forget to buy your tickets to our annual conference on 2 October. We've got an excellent line-up of speakers, including Professor Ted Baker,
Tom Kark, QC, Professor Alison Leary, and Matt Inada-Kim. You can book your tickets on Eventbrite.


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