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Who we are

King’s Patient Safety and Service Quality (KPSSQ) Research Centre is one of only two nationally designated Patient  Safety and Service Quality (PSSQ) centres. The new centres are funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), and established as part of the Government’s Best Research for Best Health’ strategy.

 

Our centre has been formed through a strong working partnership that brings together the expertise of King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, and King’s College London. Senior members of staff from both organisations are working together to research techniques to improve services throughout the health service.

 

 

 

King's PSSQ Strategy Documents & Reports:-

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King's PSSQ Annual Report 09/10
King's PSSQ Annual Report 09/10 - [264 KB] King's PSSQ Annual Report 09/10
King's PSSQ Annual Report 08/09
King's PSSQ Annual Report 08/09 - [263 KB] King's PSSQ Annual Report 08/09
King's PSSQ Annual Report 07/08 pdf
King's PSSQ Annual Report 07/08 pdf - [1.54 MB] King's PSSQ Annual Report 07/08
King's PSSQ Vision and Strategic Plan 2007-2012
King's PSSQ Vision and Strategic Plan 2007-2012 - [168 KB] An overview of objectives and goals for the Centre
King's PSSQ brochure
King's PSSQ brochure  - [4.07 MB] King's PSSQ new brochure October 2010
King's PSSQ leaflet
King's PSSQ leaflet - [689 KB] PSSQ leaflet