The Scottish Patient Safety Programme (SPSP) is now part of Healthcare Improvement Scotland's Improvement Hub supporting improvement across health and social care. This is a unique national progrmme that aims to improve the safety of healthcare and reduce the level of harm experienced by people using healthcare services. SPSP aims to support National Health and Wellbeing Outcome 7: People using health and social care services are safe from harm.
The aim of the Scottish Patient Safety Programme for Mental Health is People are and feel safe.
Cultivating learning amongst those delivering and in receipt of care, and using that knowledge to improve safety are core values of the Scottish Patient Safety Programme for Mental Health (SPSP-MH). Through collaboration and innovation from staff, service users and carers and the use of quality improvement and improvement science over the last 4 years, we are now starting to see significant reductions in self harm, seclusion, violence and aggression, and restraint across a number of areas in Scotland.
End of Phase Report
As announced at the 2016 SPSP National Conference the SPSP Mental Health end of phase report has now been published. You can view a copy by clicking on the below picture. If you would like a printed copy please contact the SPSP-MH team.
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