An independent patient safety and quality improvement (QI) conference, now in their third year, attracting delegates nationally.
• Inspirational expert speakers
• Practice-based improvement projects
• National patient safety and QI poster competition
Deborah Evans, Managing Director, West of England Academic Health Science Network
Dr Mike Durkin, National Director of Patient Safety, NHS England
Helen Vernon, Chief Executive, NHS Litigation Authority, NHSLA
Opening Plenary: Anna Burhouse, Director of Quality, West of England Academic Health Science Network & Health Foundation Improvement Fellow
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Benefits of attending
The conference has speakers on Patient Safety Collaborative work stream themes as well as talks from well-known national patient safety experts.
National patient safety and QI poster competition (deadline for entries 14th March 2016) see: http://www.bristolpatientsafety.com/poster-competition.html. Foundation doctors, researchers, companies and others with a QI/patient safety project/research project/ case study are all invited to share their work through the poster competition. Shortlisted entrants qualify for discounted delegate rate
Networking in pleasant and relaxed surroundings including 2-course lunch in the venue’s restaurant
Who should attend
Those already active in patient safety and QI, those interested in patient safety/QI or who have an idea they would like to share with experts
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Map & directions
Engineers’ House is a Grade II listed conference center in Clifton Down, a prestigious suburb of Bristol.
The building has a 19th century elegance and charm and the picturesque grounds overlook Westbury Park. Whilst the venue itself is steeped in history, the IT and conference facilities are state-of-the-art. Engineers’ House is AIM accredited, an indication of the quality of service and facilities you can expect to find.
It is just three miles from Bristol Temple Meads Station and easily accessible from both the M4 and the M5.
The M4 is within five miles and the M5 within ten.
Travelling by rail
The nearest train station is Bristol Temple Meads just three miles away. Taxis are readily available from outside the station. Average journey time is approximately 10 minutes.