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Download An Organisation with a Memory: Report of an Expert Group on Learning from Adverse Events in the Nhs eBook
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0113224419
Author:
Department Of Health Chief Medical Officer of Health
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Politics & Government
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English
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Stationery Office Books (TSO) (December 1, 2000)
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92 pages
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An Organisation with a Memory set out to understand what was known about the scale and nature of serious failures in the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS) system . Published March 6, 2005.

An Organisation with a Memory set out to understand what was known about the scale and nature of serious failures in the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS) system, examine how the NHS might learn from those failures, and recommend methods to minimize future failures. The analysis was informed by not only medical evidence but also the expertise and experience of other high-risk industries such as aviation. An Organisation with a Memory: Report of an Expert Group on Learning from Adverse Events in the NHS Chaired by the Chief Medical Officer.

This report, commissioned by Health Ministers from an expert group under the chairmanship of the Chief .

Adverse events in health care delivery cause many cases of illness, injury and death. 3Department of Health. An organisation with a memory. Report of an expert group on learning from adverse events in the NHS chaired by the Chief Medical Officer. Studies in a number of countries have shown a rate of adverse events between . % to 1. %2 among hospital patients. An average of one in every ten patients admitted to hospital suffers some form of preventable harm that can result in severe disability and even death.

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The NHS is putting in place a comprehensive programme to learn more effectively from adverse events and near .

The NHS is putting in place a comprehensive programme to learn more effectively from adverse events and near misses. This aims to reduce the burden of the estimated 850,000 adverse events which occur in hospitals each year as well as targeting high risk areas such as medication error. DOI: 1. 861/clinmedicine.

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This report sets out to review the nature and extent of serious failures in NHS healthcare. Furthermore it examines the extent to which the NHS has the capacity to learn from such failures when they occur and to recommend measures that could help to ensure that the liklihood of repeated failures is minimized.