Ideas for changing practice

On this page you will find various change ideas that wards in the Sexual Safety Collaborative are testing.

Secondary drivers

Click on a secondary driver below to see some of the change ideas currently being tested on the collaborative. You will see what problems wards were trying to solve, what changes they made on the ward and their learning from the interventions. If you use any of these resources, we ask that you acknowledge the author or source.

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Sexual health and safety review on admission to identify areas of support

 

Sexual health and safety review on admission to identify areas of support


 

Charitable fund application for purchasing clothing

 

Co-produced questionnaires to measure how well sexual safety needs are met

Patient alarms

Conversations with staff after incidents to increase understanding

Daily safety huddles that include sexual safety

 

Sexual safety as a standard item in community/staff/MDT meetings

 

Sexual safety as a standard item in community/staff/MDT meetings


Electronic postcard data collection

Visual displays 

Co-produced information leaflets  

Sexual safety as an agenda item in reflective practice and supervision

Sexual safety champions/peer support/volunteers

 

For any questions about the change ideas and resources, please contact one of the QI coaches or the safety improvement team at safetyimprovement@rcpsych.ac.uk.

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