About this event

  • Date and time Fri 19 Jun 2020 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
  • Location Online
  • Organised by Patient Safety

Hear reflections on patient safety from healthcare professionals involved in delivering care at the Nightingale Hospital London.

This webinar will explore the challenges of establishing a quality and safety infrastructure in a hospital built over a few days. 

We will be joined by Dr Andrew Wragg, Consultant Cardiologist and Director of Quality and Safety at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, Dr Jonathan Behar, Locum Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal Brompton Hospital and Johanna Cade, Staff Nurse, all of whom have worked at the Nightingale Hospital London.

Join us as we share lessons learned from the Nightingale Hospitals in relation to leadership, teamwork and patient safety.

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Key speakers

Andrew Wragg

Consultant Cardiologist and Director of Quality and Safety at St Bartholomew’s Hospital

Speaker's biography

Andrew Wragg is a cardiologist at Barts Health NHS trust and the Director of Quality and Safety at St Bartholomew’s Hospital. He was also the Deputy Medical Director at the Nightingale Hospital London.

Jonathan Behar

Locum Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal Brompton Hospital

Speaker's biography

Jonathan Behar is a Locum Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist at the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals. He  obtained a PhD and his research led to the development of a patented software platform being tested in an international clinical trial and was shortlisted for a European innovation award. As the wave of COVID19 hit the UK, he volunteered to work as an intensive care doctor at the new NHS Nightingale London hospital at the Excel in East London.

Johanna Cade

Staff Nurse

Speaker's biography

Johanna Cade is a registered Adult Nurse with 10 years of experience, mainly working at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital in London, across plastics, head and neck and oncology. She has also worked in Ethiopia and Uganda and has a passion for tropical diseases, tracheostomies and airway management. Most recently she was part of the team opening and closing the NHS Nightingale London at the Excel. 



Disclaimer: All views expressed in this webinar are of the speakers themselves and not of the RSM.

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