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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/ [...]

Paediatric Infusion Standardisation Project - Final Report

PIPSQC is pleased to announce, on behalf of the Making it Safer Together (MiST) paediatric patient safety collaborative, that the Paediatric Infusion Standardisation Project has now concluded and has successfully established a consensus position, across a number of key medications, that is endorsed by major stakeholders.

FIXED CONCENTRATION INFUSIONS - A National Consensus for Paediatric and Neonatal Care in the United Kingdom [...]

RCPCH Conference - Quality Improvement Sessions (May 24-26, 2017)

Will you be attending this year's RCPCH Conference, taking place May 24-26, 2017 in Birmingham, UK?
RCPCH Conference is where paediatricians and child health professionals meet to share good practice, discuss the latest clinical issues and explore cutting-edge advances in paediatric research.
PIPSQC is pleased to highlight the following
Quality Improvement sessions taking place at the conference. [...]

1st MiST Symposium - Presentations and Outcomes

PIPSQC is pleased to announce, on behalf of the Making it Safer Together (MiST) paediatric patient safety collaborative, that the presentations and outcomes from the 1st MiST Symposium (February 24th, 2017) are now available online at:
http://www.mist-collaborative.net/symposium-presentations-outcomes/ [...]

Participate in Stage II of the "Standard Concentrations in Neonatal and Paediatric Care" Consensus Survey

PIPSQC is pleased to share, on behalf of the Making it Safer Together (MiST) paediatric patient safety collaborative, that you are all cordially invited to contribute to Stage II of the UK consensus survey on standardised concentrations of infusions for paediatric and neonatal care. [...]

1st MiST Symposium: Infusion Standardisation and the Deteriorating Child (February 24, 2017)

PIPSQC is pleased to announce, on behalf of the Making it Safer Together (MiST) paediatric patient safety collaborative, that the inaugural MiST Symposium will take place on 24 February 2017, in Manchester, UK. [...]
 

PSC & PIPSQC Paediatrics Summit 2014 - Presentations & Highlights

PIPSQC is pleased to announce that the PSC & PIPSQC Paediatrics Summit (20 May 2014) was an inspirational gathering of ideas, safe practices, solutions and new initiatives in paediatric patient safety. The event was hosted by Alder Hey Children's Hospital in connection with Patient Safety Congress 2014 and included paediatric patient safety experts, executives and front-line staff from around the world.

The programme also featured an introduction to the Making it Safer Together (MiST) Paediatric Patient Safety Collaborative - a new alliance of hospitals who share a vision of achieving harm free paediatric healthcare through a process of a sustained, year on year, reduction in adverse events. [...]

MiST (Making it Safer Together) - Paediatric Collaborative Safety Forum

PIPSQC is pleased to announce that the inaugural MiST (Making it Safer Together) - Paediatric Collaborative Safety Forum is set to take place Tuesday, October 29, 2013 at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Boardroom (Level 3) (Manchester, UK).

This one-day meeting will bring together national and international experts to discuss improving paediatric patient safety and quality of care in our hospitals through a collaborative, non-competitive approach -  inspired by the Ohio Children's Hospitals Solutions for Patient Safety (OCHSPS). The meeting's focus will center on taking the learning from the US process and applying it in the UK with the ultimate goal of an international collaboration on safety and quality. [...]