NHS Patient Safety Strategy

A key principle of the NHS Patient Safety Strategy is continuous improvement. Hugh McCaughey, National Director of Improvement discusses the relationship between Quality Improvement and patient safety. Find out more about the NHS Patient Safety Strategy


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