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We will not compete on safety: how children's hospitals have come together to hasten harm reduction

'Developing a safety and quality movement for the future - from theory to action' - Presentation and Recording

Third Global Ministerial Summit on Patient Safety - Presentations and Proceedings

PIPSQC is pleased to share that the meeting materials from the Third Global Ministerial Summit on Patient Safety in Tokyo (April 13-14, 2018) have been published online.

Summit presentations and proceedings are available for download at:
http://www.mhlw.go.jp/stf/seisakunitsuite/bunya/0000204000.html [...]

WHO - Standards for Improving the Quality of Care for Children and Young Adolescents in Health Facilities

PIPSQC is pleased to share that the WHO has just launched "Standards for improving the quality of care for children and young adolescents in health facilities" at a meeting organized by the Network for Improving Quality of Care for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (Quality of Care Network) and WHO, in partnership with USAID, and hosted by the Uganda Government. [...]

Pediatric Quality & Safety (PQS) - March/April 2018 - Volume 3 - Issue 2

PIPSQC is pleased to share that the latest issue of Pediatric Quality & Safety (PQS) is now available online. The March/April 2018 issue of PQS features individual QI projects from single institutions, the proceedings of the Improved Pediatric Sepsis Outcomes Colloquium (Dec. 2017 - Dallas, TX), and more:
https://journals.lww.com/pqs/pages/currenttoc.aspx [...]

Making it Safer Together (MiST) - Update April 18

PIPSQC is pleased to share the latest update from the UK's Making it Safer Together (MiST) Paediatric Patient Safety Collaborative. The update features highlights and outcomes from the most recent MiST Meeting held in Manchester (January 31, 2018), and is available at:
www.mist-collaborative.net/update-april-18/ [...]

CAPHC - Fifty Years of Patient Safety: Are We Making Progress?

Over the last century, healthcare has seen sweeping change, with transformation in medical education, policy, and regulation. Unfortunately, the impact of these changes on patient safety is not entirely clear, because preventable harm to patients was not labelled, measured, or reported systematically until relatively recently. [...]

Child Health PSO - 2017 Annual Report: Perfecting Detection: Understanding the Source of Harm