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A safety huddle is a short, multidisciplinary briefing, held at a predictable time and place, and focused on the patients most at risk. Effective safety huddles involve agreed actions, are informed by visual feedback of data and provide the opportunity to celebrate success in reducing harm.’ NHS England, Improving patient safety culture – a practical guide

Patient safety huddles can be an effective way to promote communication and collaboration; help identify risks; promote real-time problem-solving; foster a culture of safety and enhance outcomes; and improve morale.

ImproveWell can capture feedback and ideas in a single, consolidated place during huddles. Ideas can then be managed, prioritised, actioned and tracked in a transparent, collaborative manner. Moreover, the feedback loop can be completed with reports and dashboard visibility.

Download the steps on How to support huddles


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