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Making NatSSIPs (National Safety Standards for Invasive Procedures) reality
Mon, 14 Nov 2016, 08:30
The National Safety Standards for Invasive Procedures (NatSSIPs) are the new minimum safety standards for invasive procedures. All relevant NHS Trusts and private healthcare providers are required to develop their own local standards for invasive procedures (LocSSIPs) ready to commence implementation by 14th September 2016.
Our Workshops aim to help you to identify the actions needed to meet the new requirements. Activities throughout the day will include:
•A discussion of your specific concerns and queries regarding the NatSSIPs and development of your LocSSIPs
•An exploration of the key speciality specific challenges to LocSSIP implementation
•Learn from our ideas, strategies and experience to date of our own Barts Health LocSSIPs development journey
•Consider how to engage clinical and managerial staff in development and implementation of the NatSSIPs/LocSSIPs
•Take away valuable resources to help you plan and develop your LocSSIPs, raise awareness of the NatSSIPs in your Trust and engage your staff
This training workshop is aimed at clinicians involved in invasive surgical procedures, governance, quality and safety leads, patient safety leads, commissioners and anyone with responsibility for developing and implementing the new NatSSIPs/LocSSIPs.
This is a non-profit event and all monies raised will support development of further training and resources to improve quality and patient safety at Barts Health NHS Trust.