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National Safety Standards for Invasive Procedures Group Survey Request

The NatSSIPs bring together national and local learning from the analysis of Never Events, Serious Incidents and near misses through a set of recommendations that will help provide safer care for patients undergoing invasive procedures. This does not in any way replace the existing WHO Surgical Checklist, but rather enhances it by looking at additional factors such as the need for education and training.

 

National Safety Standards for Invasive Procedures Group Survey Request

The principle behind the NatSSIPs is that organisations will review their current local processes for invasive procedures and ensure that they are compliant with the new national standards. This will be done by organisations working in collaboration with staff to develop their own set of ‘Local Safety Standards for Invasive Procedures’ (LocSSIPs).The NatSSIPs were published in September 2015 and can be found here.

The data from this survey will be held on a personal computer by Dr William Harrop-Griffiths, the Chair of the NatSSIPs Group. He will produce summary information that will not identify individual NHS Trusts. Once the summary information is produced, all survey data will be destroyed and the summary information will be shared with NHS Improvement, the AfPP, the CODP, the AAGBI and on request with other organisations with an interest in patient safety

The survey opened on 5/12/16 and will close on 31/1/17. Once the survey is closed, all data will be removed from Survey Monkey.

Take part in the survey here.

 

Source: AfPP

 

 

National Safety Standards for Invasive Procedures Group Survey Request

 
 
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