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Why do healthcare professionals fail to escalate as per the early warning system (EWS) protocol?

All Children Thrive Learning Network

PIPSQC is pleased to highlight the work of the All Children Thrive Learning Network – as well as the related IHI article, "The Clarity and Power of Using QI Amid a Crisis." 

The All Children Thrive Learning Network is a collaboration launched by CCHMC and more than 30 other organizations to apply the science of quality improvement to some of the toughest, most complex problems affecting community health. To learn more about All Children Thrive, please visit:
https://www.actnowcincy.org/our_outcomes [...]

OECD - System Governance Towards Improved Patient Safety: Key Functions, Approaches and Pathways to Implementation

Severe illness getting noticed sooner – SIGNS-for-Kids: developing an illness recognition tool to connect home and hospital

Engaging Parents to Help Reduce Medical Errors in the Hospital

PIPSQC is pleased to share the new publication in The BMJ, entitled "Patient safety after implementation of a coproduced family centered communication programme: multicenter before and after intervention study." Results from this PCORI-funded study on improving communication between parents of hospitalized children and clinicians provide insights that could significantly reduce medical errors harmful to patients. [...]

Partnering with pediatric patients and families in high reliability to identify and reduce preventable safety events

PIPSQC is pleased to share the new publication in Patient Experience Journal entitled "Partnering with pediatric patients and families in high reliability to identify and reduce preventable safety events." This article describes how one hospital built a toolkit to engage family members as partners to improve safety. The organization applied high reliability concepts to identify, recognize, and support projects at the hospital to successfully use patients' perspectives to design improvements. [...]
 

Partnering with Parents and Families to Provide Safer Care: Seeing and Achieving Safer Care through the Lens of Patients and Families

PIPSQC is pleased to announce a new article published in Current Treatment Options in Pediatrics"Partnering with Parents and Families to Provide Safer Care: Seeing and Achieving Safer Care through the Lens of Patients and Families" - co-authored by PIPSQC Ambassador Lead, Dale Ann Micalizzi, and PIPSQC Ambassadors, Thomas Dahlborg and Dr. Hannah Zhu. [...]