Friday 13 April 2018
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
6 CPD Points
The first ever SAFE-T (Safe Anaesthesia For Everybody - Today) Summit aims to advance the global patient safety agenda. Bringing together leading providers from the perioperative team we will highlight the importance of working together to address the healthcare challenges identified by the Lancet Commission on Global Surgery.
In partnership with related industry, governments and NGOs, this one day Summit will contribute to safer anaesthesia, surgical and obstetric care around the world.
World-renowned experts will open sessions with theme-setting presentations. Facilitated group discussions will develop recommendations and identify practical ways forward.
Learning and recommendations from the summit will be published and disseminated internationally as part of the WFSA's SAFE-T campaign.
Tore Laerdal, Executive Director of the Laerdal Foundation, Chairman of Laerdal Medical, and Managing Director of Laerdal Global Health.
Tore Laerdal is a world leader in developing programs that save infants' lives. Laerdal helped the American Academy of Paediatrician to develop Helping Babies Breathe, a training program for birth attendants in low-resource countries that focuses on The Golden Minute - the first moments after birth. He is the 2016 winner of the Oslo Business for Peace Prize.
Dr Atul Gawande, Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School and General and Endocrine Surgeon, Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Atul Gawande, MD, MPH, is a surgeon, writer, and public health researcher, practicing general and endocrine surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He is Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Gawande is also the chairman of Lifebox, a non-profit organisation making surgery safer globally.
We would also like to thank our exhibitors:
Safe Anaesthesia Worldwide
*The programme and speaker line up will be updated regularly
Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction
Dr Gonzalo Barreiro, President, World Federation of Societies of Anesthesiologists and Dr Andrew Hartle, President, Anaesthesia Section, Royal Society of Medicine
Professor Berend Mets, Chair, Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, Pennsylvania State University and Professor Alan Merry, Head of the School of Medicine, University of Auckland
Keynote: The global challenge for patient safety
Mr Tore Laerdal, Executive Director, Laerdal Foundation and Chairman, Laerdal Medical and Laerdal Global Health
Towards a global indicator set for surgical and anaesthesia capacity
Dr Jannicke Mellin-Olsen, Anaesthesiologist, Baerum Hospital Oslo, Norway and Dr Bisola Onajin-Obembe, Consultant Anaesthesiologist and Assistant Professor of Anaesthesiology, University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital, Nigeria
The Lancet Commission: Highlights and progress
Mr Andy Leather, Director, King’s Centre for Global Health and Health Partnerships, King’s College London
Why data matters
Dr Justine Davies, Professor of Global Health, King’s College London
Global surgery indicators and national surgical, obstetric and anaesthesia planning (NSOAP)
Dr John Meara, Plastic Surgeon-in-Chief, Boston Children’s Hospital
Tea and coffee
Surgical capacity indicators: Where are we in 2018?
Dr Tom Weiser, Visiting Professor, University of Edinburgh
Anaesthesia capacity indicators
Professor Adrian Gelb, Professor of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Care, University of California, San Francisco
Optional seminar sponsored by Diamedica
Robert neighbour: Top tips for appropriate anaesthesia equipment in LMICs
Towards a global indicator set for surgical and anaesthesia safety
Professor Adrian Gelb and Dr Carolina Haylock-Loor, Anaesthesiologist, Cuidados Intensivos Hospital del Valle, San Pedro Sula, Honduras
A surgeon’s public health perspective
Dr Atul Gawande, Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School and General and Endocrine Surgeon, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
An anaesthesia and leadership perspective
Professor Alan Merry, Head, School of Medicine, University of Auckland
An obstetrics perspective
Professor Lesley Regan, President, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, and Head of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Anaesthesia equipment for LMICs – why we need double standards
Dr Fauzia Khan, Professor, Department of Anaesthesia, Aga Khan University (AKU), Karachi, Pakistan
Happy birth days film screening
Establishing anaesthesia equipment performance standards
Dr Philippe Mavoungou, Anaesthesiologist, Institut de Cancérologie de l'Ouest (ICO) René Gauducheau
Patient safety and medicines
Dr David Whitaker, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Manchester Royal Infirmary, United Kingdom
Question and answer session
Tea and coffee
Transforming surgical and anaesthesia capacity and safety – the path to success
Dr Wayne Morriss, Specialist Anaesthetist, Christchurch Hospital and Dr Gonzalo Barreiro
The government perspective: Zambia
Dr Emmanuel Makasa, Counsellor, Health at Permanent Mission, Republic of Zambia to the United Nations
The non-governmental perspective: SAFE Operating Theatre
Mona Guckian Fisher, Immediate Past President,The Association for Perioperative Practice
The Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation (ASPF) perspective
Dr Mark Warner, President, Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation and Annenberg Professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, Mayo Clinic
The European Society of Anaesthesiologist’s (ESA) perspective
Dr Stefan De Hert, President Elect, European Society of Anaesthesiology
The World Health Organisation (WHO) perspective
Dr Walter Johnson, Lead, Emergency and Essential Surgical Care Programme, World Health Organisation
Discussion and closing remarks
Professor Berend Mets, Chair, Department of Anesthesiology, Penn State College of Medicine, USA and Professor Alan Merry, Head of the School of Medicine, University of Auckland
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