PERMANENT NETWORK – YEARS 2015+
|PaSQ network is demonstrating that knowledge exchange and mutual learning
via existing PaSQ tools are a credible
alternative to European standardization.Therefore, PaSQ Joint Action is proposing to build on its experience, and introduce a permanent network to promote the culture of Patient Safety and Quality of Care across healthcare systems, following the respective Council Recommendation 2009/C 151/01.
|PaSQ Knowledge Transfer (KT) tools would be further developed in order to focus on four key areas of:
SECOND ROUND OF DATA COLLECTION
|Further to Good Practices becoming public end January 2014, the Second Review Process of data gathered in February and March 2014 during the second round of data collection, was finalized end July 2014.
In September 2014, Good Practices meeting PaSQ quality criteria will be accessible to users from the PaSQ Home page
|This means that PaSQ database of Good Practices will now have:
SAFE CLINICAL PRACTICES IMPLEMENTATION
|Safe Clinical Practices (SCPs) are implemented in 211 Healthcare Organisations (HCOs) in 18 countries to ensure Patient Safety in relation to established procedures for following four themes: safe surgery (WHO Surgical Safety Checklist), medication safety (Medication Reconciliation), paediatric care (Paediatric Early Warning Scores), and medical activities (Multimodal intervention to increase hand hygiene compliance).||Respective webinars are available through PaSQ web site.
The assessment of the one year implementation is done via questionnaires: the baseline one from September 2013, and the end line questionnaire of September 2014. The report summarising the experiences of the participating HCOs will be completed, and disseminated by the Work Package 5 during the first quarter of 2015.
|Choose between forthcoming Information and discussion meetings, and register online via PaSQ
So far 21 Exchange Events took place throughout Europe, continuing to be one of two key PaSQ mechanisms for
PaSQ Exchange Event: Sharing Good Practices to improve Quality of Care and Patient Safety in the EU, held by the Spanish Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality – MSSSI on June 12th 2014, Madrid (Spain) gathered 300 participants from Europe and Latin America