This blog is the transcript of a speech Phil Riddell was asked to give at Central Manchester FT in May 2017. Since then Phil as graduated and is now a Junior Doctor.
One of the sessions I attended was titled ‘You are the doctor’ this was a session on patient safety and I was more than intrigued to see what the behavioural insights world had to add to the work that we all do on patient safety. Would I find any additional insights, would I find a […]
The NHS in England is a unified system with the ability to make systematic change on a national scale. However, it is also made up of a number of autonomous bodies in relation to patient safety, including national ones, with various responsibilities for provision, commissioning, assurance, leadership, regulation and supervision. Following on from the outstanding […]
A friend asked me to sum up my new job on one word. I said Joyful. So I thought I would share some of that joy by doing a series of blogs to share what we are learning and how things are progressing from a single idea to a national campaign for England, Sign up to Safety; [http://www.england.nhs.uk/signuptosafety/about/] […]
I was really struck by the wonderful response to the Berwick report by Jo Bibby and her personal reflections (1) and how much I agreed with her. Like many I have my own story of meeting Don Berwick. At conferences Don is usually deep in conversation with a group of people intently hanging on […]