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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 16
Today is the first ever . No one should be harmed in health care. Yet, every minute, 5 patients die because of unsafe care. These deaths can be prevented - simple commitment can ensure safe care 🤝 More 👉
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FlorenceNightingale Sep 17
On , we would just like to say a huge thank you to all the nurses out there who have fought daily for in hospitals! Let's make Florence proud today by spreading awareness for this important cause and by keeping up the good work! 💪
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Neelam Dhingra Sep 13
advocates, health care leaders, health professionals and countries around the world have made amazing plans to mark the very first join the global community. No one should be harmed in health care. Speak up for !
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WHO Maldives Sep 15
17th September is is a Global Health Priority🌍 On the first-ever World Patient Safety Day is launching a global campaign to create awareness of patient safety and urge people to show their commitment to making healthcare safer 🗣️
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WHO/Europe Sep 16
Today is the first ever World Patient Safety Day! From 16-17 September during , UN City in Copenhagen is lit up in orange as part of a campaign calling on everyone to speak up for .
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 15
Globally, at least 5 patients die every minute because of unsafe care. Tuesday is the first ever . More: 👉🏼 Stay tuned!
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ARO NURSES Sep 16
No one should be harmed during the course of health care delivery, be it the patients or health care professionals. It is the responsibility of all to ensure It's day....let's speak up for our clients
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Mariam Dahir Sep 17
I was a victim of malpractice in my childhood, again my father died because of medical negligence, when I become a doctor i was treating patients who were suffering from complications caused by health professionals, lack of it touched me in many ways.....thread
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Maternal & Newborn 3h
Congratulations to The Rotunda who went live with the Gynaecology Electronic chart on 17/09/2019. Many thanks to all the teams who have worked hard to make the implementation so successful
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Patient Safety Sep 17
Today we stand with and other global healthcare organizations on the first-ever World Patient Safety Day. Together, we can plan to achieve ZERO preventable patient deaths. Let’s all “Speak up for patient safety” and commit to reducing patient harm! .
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World Health Organization Western Pacific Sep 16
When doctors begin training, they learn a fundamental principle: “First, do no harm”. That’s at the heart of . On 17 September, we mark the first ever World Patient Safety Day! Learn more about patient safety and its importance:
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NHS Patient Safety 6h
A massive thank you to every one that took part and made the day a success. Great to see so much activity and effort in the name of .
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IAPO Sep 17
Happy to you all! IAPO congratulates the global health community for its increasing focus on prioritising and standing in solidarity with patients to ensure that no one is harmed while receiving care!
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Verna Yiu Sep 17
It’s the first . Today, & every day, we encourage healthcare professionals, patients & families to ask questions, listen & talk openly about concerns & ways to improve safety.
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World Health Organization (WHO) 21h
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🦷 Dentists, dental hygienists, this 5 moments of is for you ⬇️
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Victoria Annis RN Sep 16
On i wanted to share why is important to me. I’ve always been very passionate about delivering safe care as a clinician. A desire to keep patients safe and to support a climate of safety for staff to work in has led me to my current role.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 17
Replying to @WHOWPRO @WHOSEARO and 4 others
4 out of every 10 patients are harmed during primary and outgoing health care. The most harmful errors are related to diagnosis, prescription and the use of medicines. More 👉
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Ben Nash@mft Sep 16
Patients are often experts in their own insulin therapy. Help reduce errors by asking your patient, “Is this your usual insulin?”
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WHO EMRO Sep 16
World Patient Safety Day | 17 September 2019 📽️Watch: WHO Regional Director Dr Ahmed Al-Mandhari shares key messages on as a Global Health Priority. He calls on policy makers, health professionals, families & others to🔉Speak up for Patient Safety.
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RWT Nurse Ed Sep 17
Delighted to present Fairoak ward Cannock Chase Hospital with a certificate of recognition on for their incredible work to reduce patient falls
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