The WHO Global Patient Safety Action Plan 2021-2030 is a key document that outlines the changes and aspirations that the WHO has for the next decade around protection and wellbeing of patients. The plan, produced on 3 August 2021, aims to educate various stakeholders (NHS, HCPs, pharma and patient groups) about current issues surrounding patient safety and outline their proposed solutions1. The main goal over the next 10 years is a ‘zero harm philosophy’1. This means that although it’s impossible to totally wipe out errors in patient safety, the goal is to work towards being as close to zero harm as possible. But why are we telling you about it now? Because it’s World Patient Safety Day!read more >>
Prime started life in December 1997, on the old grounds of
Barrowmore Hospital near Chester, England.
Barrowmore Hospital, which was founded in 1920, originally specialised in tuberculosis. It later became a centre specialising in helping people with disabilities, before being
adopted into the National Health Service in 1948.
Everything we do is ultimately about ensuring patients receive the best possible medicines and care, so we think it’s very appropriate that our own journey
started where it did.