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Developing a Patient Safety Strategy for the NHS

The NHS Improvement is currently consulting on “Developing a patient safety strategy for the NHS”.

As the aim of The RCCP is to protect the public by ensuring the highest levels of safety for clinical physiology patients, we here at The RCCP want to ensure that the voices of Physiologists are heard when issues of patient safety are concerned. 

Please take the time to respond and to get your voice heard in this important consultation.

http://engage.improvement.nhs.uk/policy-strategy-and-delivery-management/patient-safety-strategy/
 
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