Safety and Quality
Core Elements B (Quality Improvement Activities) and C (Review of Significant Events) are required for every appraisal.
You are asked to provide details of a Quality Improvement Activity (QIA) each year, unless it is a year in which you undertook multi-source feedback or a patient survey.
Examples of this include:
You are asked to provide two Significant Events Analysis (SEA) reports annually over the five year cycle.
The SEA process is a method of reflective learning which can be used to analyse incidents where there has been an unsatisfactory outcome, where patients experience unintentional harm - or could have - as part of the care process. The SEA process can also be used to analyse examples of high quality care.
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