Patient Safety Learning responds to NHSI patient safety strategy consultation


  • 13th March 2019

(LONDON, UK, 13 MARCH 2019) – NHS Improvement (NHSI) has been tasked with developing a new Patient Safety strategy. It sought consultation responses to its proposals by mid-February. Patient Safety Learning capitalised on current work on its new White Paper to provide NHSI with a thorough, constructive and practical response.

Helen Hughes, Chief Executive of Patient Safety Learning, said, “We were delighted to use our latest thinking to contribute to the new NHSI patient safety strategy. While we support many proposals in the strategy, we believe that system-wide leadership for patient safety, and a greater focus on sharing learning, are both needed to tackle the persistence of avoidable harm. Our forthcoming White Paper offers just such a combination of systems-level thought and recommendations for action.”

Read a copy of our response


Note to editors:

Patient Safety Learning is a charity that seeks to work collaboratively with patients, healthcare professionals, policy makers, researchers and academics to support healthcare organisations around the world to provide safer care for patients.

For more information, contact:

Margot Knight, Marketing and Communications Manager, Patient Safety Learning
T: +44 (0) 7425 156125
E: [email protected]


Helen Hughes, Chief Executive Officer, Patient Safety Learning
T: +44 (0) 7793 550855
E: [email protected]

Patient Safety Learning
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Patient Safety Learning is registered as a charity with the Charity Commission Registration number 1180689.



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