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Scaling up Patient Safety Huddles

Scaling up Patient Safety Huddles

Patient Safety Huddles: A Complex Intervention for Frontline Ward Teams Aims: 1. Implement Patient

Patient Safety Huddles: A Complex Intervention for Frontline Ward Teams Aims: 1. Implement Patient Safety Huddles in 129 hospital wards across four acute hospitals, in three NHS Trusts 2. Deliver demonstrable improvements in ward-level patient safety culture 3. Deliver a significant reduction in patient harm 4. Generate and disseminate learning about the implementation of safety huddles that is valuable regionally and nationally across the NHS

Patient Safety Huddles: Key Characteristics • Focused meeting about one or more agreed patient

Patient Safety Huddles: Key Characteristics • Focused meeting about one or more agreed patient harm/s • Informed by QI tools and visual feedback (harm measurement, PDSAs) • Senior clinical leadership • Agreed actions - set of team/individual actions (aimed at reducing risk of patient harm) • Daily (Monday - Friday as minimum) • Brief (5 -15 minutes) • Multidisciplinary frontline team • Predictable time and venue (appropriate to team and context)

The Safety Huddle …ignites a spirit of learning Making measurement visible Addressing Teamwork+Safety Culture

The Safety Huddle …ignites a spirit of learning Making measurement visible Addressing Teamwork+Safety Culture Celebrating success “We are achieving results now, that none of us thought were possible 12 months ago” Consultant Medicine for Older People, LTHT

Logic Model: Falls example

Logic Model: Falls example

Evidence of impact:

Evidence of impact:

Scaling up Patient Safety Huddles • How do we scale up successful improvements across

Scaling up Patient Safety Huddles • How do we scale up successful improvements across the whole organisation? – Implementation plan • What are the barriers and enablers to implementation? • What is the impact on safety culture and harm? ‘’to become, more than ever before, a system devoted to continual learning and improvement of patient care, top to bottom and end to end. ’’ Don Berwick 2013

At a glance… Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust (lead partner) St James University Hospital,

At a glance… Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust (lead partner) St James University Hospital, Leeds York Teaching Hospital NHS Trust Barnsley Hospital NHS Trust Scarborough Hospital Barnsley Hospital Project Lead: Helen Noble Project Lead: Wayne Robson Head of Patient Safety & Quality Lead [email protected] net Leeds General Infirmary (LGI) Project Lead: Ali Cracknell Consultant Geriatrician a. [email protected] net helen. [email protected] nhs. uk Enquiries Project enquiries to Angela Green, Project Manager, angela. [email protected] nhs. uk Evaluation enquiries to Dr Eileen Mc. Donach, E. Mc. [email protected] ac. uk