Wessex Patient Safety Collaborative (PSC) is one of a network of 15 Regional Collaboratives established to work together to build a culture of continuous learning and improvement as part of NHS England’s response to Professor Don Berwick’s report, following the failings at Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust. The national PSC is the largest safety initiative in the history of the NHS, supporting and encouraging a culture of safety, continuous learning and improvement, across the health and care system
The PSCs are funded by NHS Improvement (NHSI) and more information about the PSCs, including a catchment area map for the 15 regional collaboratives, can be obtained from the National PSC website.
Programme partners: NHS Improvement, NHS England, patient and carer representatives, health and social care professionals engaged in acute trusts, community and mental health trusts, prison health care, General Practice settings, ambulance trusts, Clinical Commissioning Groups, social care staff, universities, voluntary sector personnel and charity organisations. Resources: South Central Patient Safety Federation
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