Month: May 2020

Bringing safety II to life

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Now is the time to turn theory into reality.  Over the last five years I have been studying and writing about new approaches to safety.  I have set that out in both my books and in particular my second book below.  It has also been reiterated and explored by a growing number of patient safety specialists.  The conclusion is that we have still not built the optimum approach to safety in healthcare.  We are still […]



The following is a guest blog by Dr David Naylor* Over the past few nights, I have had a recurring dream.  I am the captain of a huge new aircraft carrier. My officers, two women, are on the deck. All I feel is that I have no idea what I am doing. I am wandering about and wondering in my head when I should be leading. I feel anxious.  I am subject to the direction […]