This meeting will provide an opportunity to share the excellent work taking place across the region in line with the Managing Deterioration Safety Improvement Programme (ManDetSIP). The aim of this programme is to reduce deterioration-associated harm by improving the prevention, identification, escalation and response to physical deterioration, through better system co-ordination and as part of safe and reliable pathways of care.
The focus of this meeting is to review the Identification of Deterioration in Children element of the Patient Safety Strategy. This forum allows us to share best practice and any learning across the health and social care system within the North West Coast.
Why is this important?
As part of this event, the Patient Safety Networks will demonstrate how the Innovation Agency are supporting the delivery of the NHS System-wide Paediatric Observations Tracking (SPOT) programme. Our ambition in supporting the SPOT programme is to reduce deterioration associated harm in children and young people. These collaborative learning events will take place four times a year.
The Patient Safety Networks provide a national architecture or the ‘engine room’ for improvement in patient safety at a sub-regional level. They directly support a number of systems and take ownership of the National Patient Safety Improvement Programmes (NatPatSIPs) national driver diagrams.
Who is this event for?
All staff within Paediatrics services across the health and social care system in the North West region.