Tag Archives: Scottish Patient Safety Programme

Professional Duty of Candour: Openness and Honesty When Things Go Wrong (NMC / GMC / Nursing Times / BBC News)

Summary The General Medical Council (GMC) and the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) have jointly published guidance explaining the standards expected of doctors, nurses and midwives in the UK when things go wrong during healthcare. Professionals, in turn, require the … Continue reading

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Scotland’s Updated Care of Older People in Hospital Standards (Healthcare Improvement Scotland)

Summary Revised Scottish standards concerning acute care of older people in hospital address all aspects of the patient care pathway, including initial assessment on admission, rehabilitation, care transitions and discharge planning. There are sixteen standards. Section headings comprise: Standard 1: … Continue reading

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