Patient Safety Facts

10 Systemic causes for healthcare errors . Poor communication, unclear lines of authority of physicians, nurses, and other care providers . Complicati...
• Wrong site surgery• Medication errors• Infections acquired in hospitals (1 in 20 patients)• Diagnostic errors• Readmission...
As per WHO 1 in 10 patient receive harm during the treatment process 1.4 million people worldwide suffer from infections acquired in hospitals. There ...

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The Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI)

The Association had its beginning in the Association of Nursing Superintendents which was founded in 1905, at Lucknow. The organisation was composed of nine European Nurses holding administrative posts in hospitals.

Website : http://www.tnaionline.org/

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The NNF- Oxford Partnership

The Oxford and Southampton International Neonatal and Paediatric Intensive Care Fellowship

Applications are invited to work and train at tertiary neonatal centres in the UK. Both Oxford and Southampton are regional referral hospitals hosting a full range of medical and surgical care of new-borns. There are approximately 6000 deliveries per year at the centres with approximately 100 VLBW infants.
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Patient Safety Workshop (14-15 Dec.- Mumbai)

Patient safety has become a critical issue globally due to the recognition of high incidence of "errors in healthcare". The greatest challenge is to bridge the gap between what we know and what is actually done. Further, complications are also due to the prevailing myths and perceptions about healthcare. While most of these errors are unintentional the response leaves much to be desired.

This Workshop aims to provide answers to the important questions that arise with Read More...

National Constituents of ICHA