Case study: improving medicines safety – creating cultural change for public involvement

Case Studies | Published: 04 Feb 2016

A 2015 case study from the Greater Manchester Academic Health Science Network, and Haelo – the improvement and innovation science centre based at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust – a collaboration to deliver an Institute for Health Improvement (IHI) Breakthrough Series (BTS) to improve medicines safety, and maximise public involvement to create a more established culture of co-design, within the delivery of a large scale programme.

This submission demonstrates enhancement of programme outcomes through

  • Public participation
  • Involvement of local health economy regional teams
  • NHS professional and public co-design, and
  • Co-production of a strategic, nationally led patient safety initiative

 

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Case study: improving medicines safety – creating cultural change for public involvement