Read all recommendations
You can find a table of all our recommendations here. This is not also a case of the 'we say, you do' - we have also committed the Authority to play an active role in tackling these challenges. These commitments are also listed in the table.
What would you like to read?
We have several versions available. Not got time to read the report in full? You can read through the executive summary here. This encapsulates the four main themes set out in the report as well as the recommendations we have put forward. Even more pressed for time? Then read The essentials - this (very) short section tells you what the report is all about.
You can also download:
There is also a Welsh translation available of front part of the report, including The essentials and the executive summary. You can download it here.
We also have a Word version of the full report available. Please get in touch - using the email address below - if you would like a copy.
Please get in touch with us if you would like a Word version of the full report.
Starting the discussion
Safer care for all conference
When we published Safer care for all in autumn 2022, one of our main aims was to start a debate on the issues highlighted and the recommendations we put forward in the report. To take the next steps we organised a conference. On 9 November 2022, over 250 attendees came together (virtually) to discuss issues highlighted in the report, including:
- 'Does regulation need to change to deliver the workforce of the future?'
- 'Do health/care professionals have a duty to tackle inequalities?'
- 'Is regulation keeping patients safe?'
- 'Are learning cultures compatible with individual accountability and openness when mistakes are made?'
The conference provided an opportunity to hear experts’ views as well as consider and contest the themes raised in the report. Speakers and delegates came from both professional and system regulators as well as patient organisations, the ombudsman, the NHS, health and care sector organisations and Chairs from major healthcare inquiries. You can find a summary of the main themes that came out of the discussions here.
Safer care for all guest blogs
We are also publishing a series of guest blogs written by stakeholders from across the sector. You can find all our guest blogs published to date below:
Read our blogs
Get in touch
Contact us if you would like to join the discussion about how we can work together to make health and social care safer for all. You can get in touch by emailing email@example.com