Tag Archives: Hospital Patient Safety Strategies

Monitor and Trust Development Authority Under Single Leadership: Delivering Better Support to Hospitals (Department of Health / Monitor)

Summary Closer working between Monitor and the NHS Trust Development Authority (NHS TDA) should help reduce lack of standardisation and inconsistency, and help to embed hospital patient safety as an NHS priority. All NHS hospitals, whether foundation trusts or non-foundation … Continue reading

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Hospital Delirium Prevention Programmes and Patient Safety Strategies: Systematic Review (Annals of Internal Medicine)

Summary Delirium in hospitalised patients is a common problem (estimated rates of delirium ranging from 14% to 56%) which increases the risks of patient morbidity and mortality. This systematic review evaluates the effectiveness and safety of in-house multi-component delirium prevention programmes. … Continue reading

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