We recently celebrated the first World Patient Safety Day.
World Patient Safety Day, organised by the World Health Organisation, is a global campaign to create awareness of patient safety and encourage people to show their commitment to making healthcare safer.
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Lesley Massey, Chief Executive, reflects on World Patient Safety Day.
As we come together for the first time globally as a community to think about World Patient Safety Day, I reflect on the last decade of attention AQuA has given to improving the reliability and experience of health care and the drive to reduce levels of harm.
I am hugely grateful to all of the thousands of individuals and the many organisations AQuA works with, who strive constantly every day to make the NHS the safest place to both work and be cared for. Those of us seeing ourselves as part of the safety movement, now recognise how complex and broad the story of safety really is.
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