Transparency data

Learning from mistakes league

A league table identifying levels of openness and transparency within NHS trusts and foundation trusts.

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Learning from mistakes league

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Learning from mistakes league: data sources

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Details

The league table has been drawn together by scoring providers based on the fairness and effectiveness of procedures for reporting errors; near misses and incidents; staff confidence and security in reporting unsafe clinical practice; and the percentage of staff who feel able to contribute towards improvements at their trust.

The data for 2015/16 – which is drawn from the 2015 NHS staff survey and from the National Reporting and Learning System – shows that:

  • 18 providers were outstanding
  • 102 were good
  • 78 gave cause for significant concern
  • 32 had a poor reporting culture
Published 9 March 2016