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Advice on managing different perspectives between patients and doctors
The MDU answers members' queries about taking part in HSIB maternity investigations
Dr Michael Devlin discusses guidance and advice around handling threats to the safety of healthcare workers.
After a healthcare assistant was frightened by a patient's assistance dog, a GP at the same practice called the MDU to ask if they could refuse entry to the animal on the basis of hygiene or patient safety.
An investigation from the HSIB has concluded that a national approach is needed in order to tackle the recognition and response to deteriorating patients.
Initiating and participating in a quality improvement (QI) project can help achieve changes that make a real difference to a patient's hospital experience.
A new online resource explores and supports the concept of second victims among healthcare professionals involved in adverse clinical incidents.
The MDU is making members aware of the recommendations of a review into a drug administration error.
A new patient safety body is examining where the English healthcare system can be improved, to prevent patient safety incidents.