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Update from the Medication Safety programme: August 2014

NEWS: 20 Aug 2014, Medication Safety

An update from the Commission's Medication Safety programme team about upcoming activities including the medication safety forum, the Open for better care campaign focus, the safe use of opioids collaborative and a new alert about metoprolol.

Medication Safety Forum 2014

EVENT: 16 Oct 2014, Medication Safety

Join in the launch of the Open for better care medication safety campaign and collaborative.

Medication Safety programme update

NEWS: 24 Jul 2014, Medication Safety

An update from the Commission's Medication Safety programme, covering the national medication safety forum, the Open campaign, safe use of opioids national collaborative, quality and safety markers and the departure of the clinical lead.

Save the date: Medication Safety Forum

NEWS: 18 Jul 2014, Medication Safety

The Health Quality & Safety Commission is excited to launch the high-risk medicine topic for the Open for better care campaign and safe use of opioids collaborative.

Medication Safety Forum 2014

EVENT: 16 Oct 2014, Medication

Join in the launch of the Open for better care medication safety campaign and collaborative.

Safe use of opioids collaborative

EVENT: 1 Oct 2014, Medication Safety

Join in the launch of the Open for better care medication safety campaign and collaborative.

Medication Safety programme update

NEWS: 25 Jun 2014, Medication Safety

The Commission is planning a three-year medication safety improvement programme on high-risk medicines across primary and secondary care settings, with an initial focus on reducing harm from opioids (eg, morphine and oxycodone) in secondary care.

Quality & Safety Markers

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Helping develop guidance documents for data collection to make sure the information we collect is an accurate reflection of what is happening in health care.

Atlas of Healthcare Variation

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Reporting on variations in health care practices and the reasons behind them so we can make sure we're providing the best possible services.