There's always room for improvement

The Scottish Patient Safety Programme (SPSP), part of Healthcare Improvement Scotland’s ihub, is a unique national initiative that aims to improve the safety and reliability of healthcare and reduce harm, whenever care is delivered. From an initial focus on acute hospitals, our work now includes safety improvement programmes for Acute Adult, Primary Care, Maternity and Children, Medicines and Mental Health.

SPSP Acute Adult

Improving care experience and outcomes for people in acute care.

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SPSP Primary Care

Improving safety in the community and across the interface.

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Maternity and Children Quality Improvement Collaborative (MCQIC)

The Maternity and Children Quality Improvement Collaborative focuses on improving outcomes for babies, children and their mothers.

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SPSP Medicines

Taking a whole system approach to the safer use of medicines.

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Mental Health

The aim of the Scottish Patient Safety Programme for Mental Health is People are and feel safe.

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