National survey on a Framework for Open Disclosure in Healthcare in Ireland

Closing date for submissions is 

Open disclosure in the context of Irish healthcare is the term that has been adopted in Ireland to describe the broad processes which relate to patients being informed of patient safety incidents which arose in relation to the healthcare which they have received.

As part of this work, Crowe is conducting a survey of patients; their families, carers, and/or other support persons; organisations who advocate and support patients, families, and carers; and the wider public in relation to their experience and views on open disclosure in relation to patient safety incidents. This anonymous and confidential survey can be accessed at the following link:

You are invitited to participate in the survey and to pass the link on to any others who may be interested in contributing to this.

If you have any questions about the project or the work of the Council, you can contact

National Patient Safety Office


Further information here

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