Contact Catherine:
catherine.harrison@nhsproviders.org

 

Catherine leads our policy work on quality. She has a background in patient safety, and worked on both of the national patient safety campaigns for England launched by the Department of Health and Social Care since 2008, Patient Safety First and Sign up to Safety. She also has experience in running national engagement programmes related to a variety of health policy.

 

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12 Jan 2022

Sustaining high quality care in a time of transition: is risk management getting enough attention?

Catherine Harrison discusses sustaining high quality care in a time of transition as integrated care systems are established and examines whether risk management is getting enough attention.

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Briefing
11 Mar 2021

On the day briefing: Freedom to Speak Up Guardian Survey 2020 – Guardian insights on support for and barriers to speaking up

Our briefing outlines summarises key findings from the Freedom to Speak Up Guardian Survey 2020, as well as the recommendations and actions for FTSU Guardians, leaders and the healthcare system.

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Briefing
14 Jan 2021

On the day briefing: Support for staff following patient safety incidents – Independent report by the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch

Our briefing summarises key findings and recommendations from the HSIB report

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Submission
21 Oct 2020

NHS Providers response: Framework for involving patients in patient safety consultation

Our response to the NHS Engand and Improvement consultation on Patient Involvement in Patient Safety.

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Submission
30 Sep 2020

NHS Providers response to PHSO draft Complaints Standard Framework

The draft Complaints Standard Framework is a welcome step in offering clear guidance for trusts but there are areas where the guidance could be finessed and further developed.

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Blog
17 Sep 2020

Psychological safety and why it matters

Catherine Harrison discusses psychological safety during the pandemic and why it is important for the wellbeing of health and care workers.

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