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James Titcombe

Patient Safety Learning

  • A ‘just’ culture: Leading the transition from blame to a culture which priorities safety over fear and promotes shared learning and transparency;
  • Patient safety specialism: Implementing the right competency framework for frontline staff to effectively track, investigate and prevent incidents and developing a programme for continuous improvement;
  • Dynamic Leadership: Developing a shared leadership agenda which is practical, sustainable, service-specific, value driven and patient-centric;
  • Data driven: Utilising data to inform new safe strategies, to provide demonstrable cumulative benefits for patients and developing standards for shared data collection, benchmarking and reporting and;
  • How patients can engage for improved patients safety, to prevent harm and to be better supported and for shared learning from when things do go wrong.

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Helen Hughes