Learning from the Danish Safer Hospital Programme

Publikation, DSPS, 2015. Since 2007,  the Danish Society for Patient Safety have worked on a number of major improvement programmes in Danish healthcare. Taken together, these programmes – by supporting and helping clinicians change the way they do their work – have demonstrated how better results can be created for patients. At the same time, joy of work has been improved among hospital staff.

This publication describes the experiences and learning from, primarily, The Danish Safer Hospital Programme, where improvement methods have been tested, developed, and adapted to the  Danish healthcare setting.

The Danish Safer Hospital Programme was a collaboration between  the Danish foundation TrygFonden, Danish Regions (an organization representing the five Danish regions), and the Danish Society for Patient Safety. The programme was delivered with expert assistance from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, IHI.

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