Managing Deterioration Safety Improvement Programme

Published on 1 December 2021

About the programme

The aim of the Managing Deterioration Safety Improvement Programme (ManDetSIP) is to improve the prevention, identification, escalation and response to physical deterioration thereby reducing potential harm for patients.

Programme ambitions

The National ManDetSIP aims to:

  • Support the spread and adoption of the COVID-19 Oximetry@home remote monitoring model across England by March 2021.
  • Support the spread and adoption of the acute Paediatric Early Warning Score (PEWS) and system-wide paediatric observations tracker for children across all appropriate care settings in England by March 2024.
  • Support an increase the spread and adoption of deterioration management tools (e.g. NEWS2, RESTORE2, RESTORE2mini, SBARD etc.), reliable personalised care and support planning (PCSP), and approaches encompassing end of life care principles, to support Learning Disabilities, Mental Health and Dementia care management in relation to deterioration in at least 80% of all appropriate non-acute settings across health and social care by March 2024.

Find out more

Get in touch with a member of the programme team below to find out how you can get involved.


Project team

Daniel Hodgkiss

Assistant Programme Manager (Patient Safety)

Caroline Maries-Tillott

Quality Improvement Lead

Jodie Mazur

Head of Patient Safety

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