Bristol Patient Safety Conference 2020

Date: 14/05/2020 | Time: all day
Location: Engineers’ House, The Promenade, Clifton Down, BS8 3ND
Organised by: Bristol Patient Safety
Tel: 07954 691 855
Email: info@bristolpatientsafety.com

Event summary

Website: www.bristolpatientsafety.com

CPD: 5 points applied for

Book now for Early Bird £189* (*first 20 places ): http://www.bristolpatientsafety.com/book.html
Standard price £229, Poster place £159

Share your quality improvement and patient safety work in our National Poster Competition
Deadline 27 February 2020. Find out more here:
http://www.bristolpatientsafety.com/poster-competition.html

Junior doctors, nurses, midwives, medical students, AHPs, GPs, consultants and those working in care settings, among others, all encouraged to apply. Shortlisted poster places £159

Our Conference: This is an independent, conference in its seventh year. It provides a great opportunity for delegates to network, share learning and to see a wide range of QI projects presented in posters on the day.

Who should attend?:  Those with an interest in patient safety and quality improvement, including: Consultants, Nursing Directors and their teams, Patient Safety, Quality, Risk and Compliance Managers, Junior Doctors, Nurses and medical students.

Plenary topics include:  The importance of sleep for safety; Consent; What Not To Do In Quality Improvement; Delivering a national QI Collaborative, Innovation and improved health outcomes

Workshops (two out of five):

  1. Quality Improvement Skills and Techniques
  2. Consent
  3. End of life: planning for an emergency
  4. Multi-agency approach to reducing frequent A&E visits
  5. Hackathon – solve a patient safety problem collaboratively

Confirmed speakers:
Professor Russell Foster,
Head of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology, the founder and Director of the Sleep and Circadian Research Institute and Fellow of Brasenose College Oxford

Dr John Dean, Clinical Director for quality improvement and patient safety Royal College of Physicians (RCP)

Dr Megan Peng, Quality Improvement lead for The Royal College of Paediatrics Diabetes Collaborative

Professor Nick Rich, Professor in Operations Management, specialist in Patient Safety & Safer Clinical Systems, Swansea University

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