Source: The Health Foundation
Date of publication: May 2014
Publication type: News item
In a nutshell: In May, a team from Great Ormond Street Hospital Foundation Trust was named Berwick Patient Safety Team of the Year at the BMJ Awards. The team have helped the Trust to develop a culture where every member of staff focuses on the importance of providing safe, high quality care for children. The ‘Zero harm, no waits, no waste’ programme was established by Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) seven years ago, with the aim of eliminating all harm to children in their care. The programme aims to embed a culture of improvement and safety throughout the organisation and key to this has been developing strong leadership for change. Throughout the programme the team has also made a point of involving patients and carers.
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