The risk management of HAI: A Methodology for NHSscotland

The Risk Management of HAI: A Methodology for NHSs

ANNEX 3: References & Bibliography

1. A revised framework for national surveillance of healthcare associated infection in Scotland, HDL(2006)38, Scottish Executive Health Department

2. A framework for national surveillance of healthcare associated infection in Scotland (2001) Scottish Executive Health Department

3. Preventing infections acquired while receiving healthcare : The Scottish Executive's action plan to reduce the risk to patients, staff and visitors 2002-2005 (2002) Scottish Executive Health Department

4. Healthcare Associated Infection Standards (2008), NHS Quality Improvement Scotland

5. Scottish Management of Antimicrobial Resistance Action Plan ( ScotMARAP) (2008) Scottish Government Health Directorate

6. Antimicrobial prescribing policy and practice in Scotland - Recommendations for good antimicrobial practice in acute hospitals. (2005) Scottish Medicines Consortium/ Healthcare Associated Infection Task Force

7. National Cleaning Services Specification (2004) Health Facilities Scotland

8. A Framework for Mandatory Training in HAI (2004 ) NHS Education for Scotland

9. Managing the risks of healthcare associated infections in NHSScotland (2001) Scottish Executive Health Department

10. Management and accountability structures - HDL(2005)8 Scottish Executive Health Department

11. The Australian/New Zealand Standard on Risk Management. AS/ NZS 4360 (2004)

12. "Learning from Experience": How to improve safety for patients in Scotland (2003) Scottish Executive Health Department

13. An Organisation with a Memory (2000) Department of Health, England

14. Building a safer NHS for patients - implementing an organisation with a memory. (2000) Department of Health, England

15. Safety Management: A qualitative Systems Approach . Davies, J; Ross, A; Wallace, B; Wright, L (2003). Taylor & Francis, London.

16. Safe Today Safer Tomorrow: Patient Safety: Review of Incident and Near-Miss Reporting (2006) NHS Quality Improvement Scotland

17. The Watt Group Report. Scottish Executive Health Department (2002)

18. The Scottish Patient Safety Programme -

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