In this video, Chris Ham, Chief Executive of The King’s Fund, interviews Sir David Dalton, Chief Executive of Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust about the lessons learnt on the journey to making Salford Royal one of the safest trusts in the NHS.
This film explains the innovative approach to safety improvement that has been developed by West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, called “Onion”. Onion is a way to “peel back the layers” of what stops doctors, nurses and other staff being able to consistently deliver high quality, safe care to our patients.
The video introduces a new way to introduce patients to important information about their safety during a hospital stay. The information is presented in an ‘airline style’ briefing aimed at reducing avoidable complications – such as blood clots, pressure ulcers, or falls.
This film tells the powerful and hard-hitting story of a tragic incident, in which a simple human and procedural mistake had catastrophic consequences at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
This video offers the opportunity to hear from the team at NHS Borders about their improvement work in reducing pressure ulcers. Ward 11 at Borders General Hospital was one of the early adopter sites to test a number of new approaches to preventing pressure ulcers in Scotland. The team will share with you the steps they took and the learning that they gained. The video is 8.5 minutes in length.