Diabetes – think, check, act
Diabetes: think, check, act aims to improve the clinical safety, patient experience and efficiency of diabetes care for adult patients admitted to hospital with a secondary diagnosis of diabetes.
Effective Care Pathways Programme
This is a clinically led quality improvement programme to reduce waste, harm, and unwarranted variation in healthcare.
Focus on Dementia
This programme focuses on improving timely diagnosis of dementia and improving the quality of post-diagnostic support for people with dementia.
Person-Centred Health and Care
This programme works with organisations across health and social care to make sure that what matters to people is at the heart of how health and care services are designed, delivered and improved.
This programme is part of a network promoting practice and a culture which focuses on outcomes important to people using services, their families and communities – and the staff providing them.
Primary Care Out of Hours Improvement Support
The Primary Care Out of Hours programme will work with stakeholders to design and develop a quality improvement approach to support implementation of the recommendations of the National Review of Primary Care Out of Hours Services.
Scottish Morbidity and Mortality
The work will design, test and implement the reliable review of deaths in hospitals.
Scottish Patient Safety Programme – Healthcare Associated Infections
The Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) programme provides an improvement resource to support NHS boards to deliver sustained improvements in the prevention and control of infections.
Scottish Patient Safety Programme – Acute Adult
The Acute Adult programme works to reduce harm and mortality for patients in hospitals.
Scottish Patient Safety Programme - Maternity and Children’s Care
The aim of the programme is to improve outcomes and reduce inequalities by providing a safe, high quality experience for all women, babies and families.
Scottish Patient Safety Programme - Medicines
The programme aims to bring together current improvement activity related to medicines from across the Scottish Patient Safety Programme Acute Adult, Primary Care, Maternity and Children’s Care and Mental Health Programmes.
Scottish Patient Safety Programme – Mental Health
The Mental Health Programme seeks to reduce the harm experienced by individuals who are receiving care within mental health services.