Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Daniel Poulter MP: the government's response to Francis This content relates to the following topics: Patient safety Performance Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Thursday 28 February 2013 Dr Daniel Poulter MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Health, gives the government's response to the Francis Inquiry report.This was recorded during our 2013 Francis Inquiry conference.Related contentVideoRobert Francis: lessons from Stafford Robert Francis QC presents the lessons from his inquiry into care failings at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust. SlideshowRobert Francis: lessons from Stafford (presentation slides) Robert Francis presents the lessons from his inquiry into care failings at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust. These are the slides from his talk at The King's Fund conference on 27 February 2013.VideoPanel session: responses to the Francis Inquiry report David Behan, Jill Maben, Harry Cayton, Ian Kennedy and Peter Walsh give their reactions to the Francis Inquiry report.SlideshowRhona Flin: building a safety culture in the NHS Rhona Flin, Professor of Applied Psychology at the University of Aberdeen, discusses how we can develop and manage a safety culture in the NHS and draws on how safety is managed in other industries. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Blog Hidden from the targets: how long are patients waiting for NHS care? Deteriorating performance against national waiting time targets is one of the most visible signs of the increasing pressures facing the NHS. But do the current headlines fully capture how long patients are now waiting for NHS care? Report Health policy under the coalition government: A mid-term assessment Written halfway through the 2010–2015 parliament, this review considers how the NHS is performing under the coalition government, following on from The King’s Fund’s major review of NHS performance from 1997 to 2010. Blog The changing shape of NHS finances As austerity and widespread staffing shortages began to bite over the past decade, the finances of NHS providers often took a familiar shape each year. But more recently this pattern of financial performance has been increasingly pulled out of shape and distorted. Report How is the NHS performing? June 2018 quarterly monitoring report Although we have technically moved out of winter, the latest performance data paints a picture of continuing pressure on NHS staff and services. While A&E departments understandably received much of the focus over the winter months, a quieter decline continues in waiting times for planned (elective) care.