When risk changes
When risk changes, governance of that risk must also change.1
In addition to proactive, continuous assessment of risks (acknowledging their inherently multi-faceted nature), clinical governance involves planning, implementing and reviewing measures to reduce the risk of harm, and support our duty of care – and often to also comply with regulatory obligations.2 Risk management by way of clinical governance is also a professional responsibility.3
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