Friday 13 June 2014
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
5 CPD points
This meeting aims to raise awareness and highlight the key issues relating to patient safety in mental health from different perspectives around the UK as well as from the private and third sectors, the service user and a legal up-date on mental health law. To provide a forum for learning, information exchange and debate.
At the end of the meeting delegates will:
1. Have an understanding of how the patient safety agenda is linked to the overall quality agenda of any healthcare organisation.
2. Be able to develop ideas for how to take the patient safety agenda in mental health forward.
3. Have a balanced view of differing challenges and approaches to patient safety in mental health in different countries (England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland).
***We are most grateful to Datix Ltd for supporting this conference.***
***EX ALARM MEMBERSHIP***
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Registration, tea and coffee
Chair's welcome and opening remarks
Ms Moira Durbridge, President, Patient Safety Section, RSM
Scottish Patient Safety Programme - Mental Health (SPSP-MH)
Professor Arturo Langa, Consultant Psychiatrist and Lead Clinical Governance/Quality MH Service, NHS Lanarkshire and
Establishing an improvement collaborative for safety in mental health services in Northern Ireland
Dr GG Lavery, Clinical Director, HSC Safety Forum
Tea and coffee break
Delivering safer mental health care in England
Dr Helen Smith, Clinical Lead, NHS South Improving Safety in Mental Health Collaborative
The Welsh approach to patient safety in mental health services -
Mr Phil Chick, Mental Health Development Lead for Wales
Ignore service user involvement at your peril -
Mr David Crepaz-Keay, Head of Empowerment and Social Inclusion, The Mental Health Foundation
Legal update on mental health law
Ms Kiran Bhogal, Partner, Weightmans
The Priory Group: Quality and safety at the heart of our business
Ms Sian Wicks, Director of Corporate Assurance, Chief Nursing Officer,
Creating a service user involvement strategy
Mr Paul Cowans, Director of Clinical Services, Secure Priory Group
Completion of evaluation forms
Close of meeting
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