- Date and time Fri 29 Nov 2019 from 8:30am to 5:00pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Patient Safety
Join a multidisciplinary host of speakers - from anaesthetists to pilots - to receive practical knowledge about legal issues in patient safety, leadership skills and wellness in the workplace.
As well as exploring approaches to patient safety, human factors and quality from multiple perspectives, highly interactive workshops will encourage delegates to discover ways to improve patient safety.
- Develop technical and non-technical skills in patient safety and using these to improve outcomes
- Know tools to promote wellness in the workplace
- Understand legal issues in patient safety
- Oral presentation: 1 year's free RSM membership
- Poster presentation: £50
Abstracts that rate highly on originality, clarity, show significant improvement in patient safety and impact at a national or international level will have a higher likelihood of selection for oral presentations.
Shortlisted submissions will be invited for oral and/or poster presentation. The presentations must be given by the submitting candidate. Please ensure before submitting your abstract that you will be free to present at the Patient Safety Section meeting in November.
Declaration of sponsorship
The Patient Safety Section would like to thank Capita for supporting the Academic Year 2019 to 2020 Programme of Events
Please note that none of the companies listed have had any influence or involvement over the agenda, content or organisation of this meeting.
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Mr Ed Glasgow, Partner, Kennedys Law Firm and Mr Brady Pohle, Head of Legal Services, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Alexandra Biggs, Core Surgical Trainee, Royal Surrey County Hospital and Dr Sarah Blacker, Core Surgical Trainee, Royal Surrey County Hospital
Dr Andrew Carson Stevens, Clinical Reader of Patient Safety and Quality Improvement, Cardiff University and Dr Anthony D. Train, Family Physician, Assistant Professor, Queen’s University Department of Family Medicine and Professor Paul Bowie, Programme Director (Safety and Improvement), NHS Education for Scotland and Dr Matthew Smith, Specialist Registrar in Neurology, North Bristol NHS Trust