“The Committee supports the recommendations made in the CQC’s report that training should be provided to staff across the health service in England on how to conduct investigations.”
“It is clear from the evidence reviewed during the course of this inquiry that the investigative processes in the health service in England remain obscure and difficult to navigate for patients and families. As a result, patients and families are excluded by the system, which must become open and learning-focused if investigations are to lead to positive changes in the system. Families and patients should, as a matter of course, be included in investigations and should feel confident that lessons will be learned as a result of clinical incidents.”
Facilitated by Kate Hill, Solicitor, InPractice this interactive and practical course will provide a structured approach to incident investigation from an initial understanding of the legal and factual context, through to information collection, analysis, the report and writing a final action plan.
The Masterclass will focus on information collection, data organisation and analysis, along with providing guidance on how to support staff and interview techniques. There will then be a root cause analysis case study
One of the most common complaints made about incident reports in the NHS is the lack of consistency. The aim of this course is to ensure a consistent approach to investigations that is supportive and solution orientated.
"When I attended the RCA course last year, it actually changed a huge area of my practice and understanding. To the point where I have led in Essex such a radical change to the reporting and the documentation of the serious harm falls, that our CCG loved it so much they have used it as their policy. You guys do such excellent conferences"
We can hold this training in-house:
This training can be held in-house for groups of up to 25 tailored to suit the needs of your organisation and staff.