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

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

IHI 1st Annual Africa Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare - Presentations

VPS - Improving Critical Care Quality and Outcomes for All Children

PIPSQC is pleased to highlight the work and latest achievements of Virtual Pediatric Systems, LLC ("VPS") - a collaborative that supports an international community of pediatric critical care colleagues who are dedicated to standardized data sharing for improved patient care, research and benchmarking among pediatric ICUs. [...]

Children's Hospitals' Solutions for Patient Safety Collaborative Impact on Hospital-Acquired Harm

PIPSQC is pleased to share the new publication in Pediatrics, entitled "Children's Hospitals' Solutions for Patient Safety Collaborative Impact on Hospital-Acquired Harm," which highlights the work and results of the Children's Hospitals' Solutions for Patient Safety (SPS).

The publication is available online at:


Situation Awareness for Everyone (S.A.F.E) - Dissemination and Spread

PIPSQC is pleased to announce the RCPCH has received funding to spread the learning from the Situation Awareness for Everyone (S.A.F.E) programme - and is looking for clinical teams from hospitals around the country to join the programme as they spread and scale up. [...]