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The Scottish Patient Safety Programme. Tissue Viability Programme, Dr Susan Baxter (susan.baxter2@nhs.net). An Overview of Tissue Viability. Phase 1 and 2 Started May 2008 Key policies Estimated NHS annual spend £2 billion NHS and Care Homes Main focus is pressure area care Education

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the scottish patient safety programme

The Scottish Patient Safety Programme

Tissue Viability Programme, Dr Susan Baxter (susan.baxter2@nhs.net)

an overview of tissue viability
An Overview of Tissue Viability

Phase 1 and 2

  • Started May 2008
  • Key policies
  • Estimated NHS annual spend £2 billion
  • NHS and Care Homes
  • Main focus is pressure area care
  • Education
  • Development of practical tools
  • On-line toolkit (over 1,500 members)
  • Improvement approach
  • Programme facilitators
process measures
Process measures
  • P Measure 1:
    • Compliance with pressure ulcer risk assessment/skin examination within 6 hours of admission/transfer
    • Aim: To achieve 95% compliance with pressure ulcer risk assessment/skin examination within 6 hours of admission/transfer
  • P Measure 2:
    • Compliance with SSKIN Care Bundle
    • Aim: To achieve 95% compliance with SSKIN Care Bundle
outcome measures
Outcome measures
  • O Measure 1:
    • Number of pressure ulcers – Count.
    • A cumulative count of the number of pressure ulcers acquired within a hospital/care home setting
  • O Measure 2:
    • Days between
    • This measure is a cumulative count of the number of days that have gone by since a pressure ulcer which developed on a ward/care home was last reported. Every time a new case (pressure ulcer) occurs the count is started over again