What is quality in the aftermath of healthcare harm?

In recent years, a plethora of major reports have pointed to significant problems with the way healthcare organisations respond, investigate and learn following patient safety events.

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What is quality in the aftermath of healthcare harm?

In recent years, a plethora of major reports have pointed to significant problems with the way healthcare organisations respond, investigate and learn following patient safety events. 

The reasons for this are not straightforward. Despite recommendations emphasising the need for openness, honestly and a culture that promotes learning in seminal reports going back 2 decades and more, the reality is that today‚Äôs healthcare systems often fail to create the conditions where such a culture can easily flourish. 

In partnership with Prof. Murray Anderson-Wallace, Patient Safety Learning are proud to present a series of 3 podcasts that explore the complex personal, organisational and system factors that are linked to this. We hope that these podcasts will help stimulate debate and contribute to ongoing dialogue in seeking to make things better.  

Read Prof. Murray Anderson-Wallace's introduction to the podcasts here.

To listen to the three podcasts please click here.



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