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British Journal of General Practice Research Conference 2018

Dr Sudeh Cheraghi-Sohi recently attended the inaugural British Journal of General Practice (BJGP) Conference, held at the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), on March 23rd. 228 more words

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Health Innovation Manchester Patient Safety Collaborative

The PSTRC’s second core aim is to deliver “a translation pipeline” that feeds the outputs, products and learning from our work to local and national policymakers and health and care providers. 263 more words

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Pharmacists working towards safety improvements

The Greater Manchester PSTRC’s Community Pharmacy Patient Safety Collaborative was set up by the PSTRC to encourage a mutually-beneficial dialogue between community pharmacy workers and researchers, and ultimately to improve patient safety. 287 more words

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Drug Utilisation Research Group (Euro DURG)

Stephen Campbell attended the European Drug Utilisation Research Group (Euro DURG) Conference 2017, in Glasgow in November 2017 to present at a workshop on the “Quality of quality indicators”. 173 more words

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ISQua 34th annual conference

In October 2017, Sudeh Cheraghi-Sohi chaired a workshop at The International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) 34th annual conference. The workshop was entitled “Developing and improving a systems approach to diagnostic safety in primary care” and was developed with collaborators Hardeep Singh from the Veterans Affairs organisation based in Houston, Texas and Ian Litchfield from the Institute of Applied Health Research, Birmingham University. 183 more words

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Ukraine and China delegation visits to learn about patient safety

At the end of November, PSTRC staff met with delegations from Ukraine and China to talk about the quality and safety of care.

The Ukraine delegation consisted of senior healthcare managers and clinicians from the region of Poltava, who were visiting to learn about quality and safety interventions in the Greater Manchester healthcare system, especially around cardiovascular disease. 87 more words

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