The NHS Patient Safety Conference, in partnership with Patient Safety Learning, is a long-standing virtual and in-person event series that has welcomed over 1500 NHS professionals through its doors. The event provides a platform for NHS Safety Managers and leaders to listen, learn and engage with sector-leading speakers, innovative suppliers, and 300+ peers from across the NHS estate.
Thanks for inviting me to be part of a great 2-day patient safety conference. Lots of great topics and speakers” West Midlands Academic Health Science Network
In February 2021, further updates and changes were made to the NHS Patient Safety Strategy. The most significant strategy update is the new commitment to address patient safety inequalities, with a new objective added to the safety system strand of the strategy. Our event series provides a timely platform to discuss these changes.
Key event topics are run across 3 key pillars:
*Research sources for NHS Patient Safety Conference: A Strategy for continuous Improvement: 2019 NHS Patient Safety Strategy
At Convenzis we pride ourselves on our ability to develop, manage, and host both virtual and physical events for the public and commercial sectors.
Our physical events offer a unique opportunity to meet with key sector stakeholders in an informal and relaxed atmosphere, this provides an ideal chance to discuss strategic change and learn from some of the most well-respected public sector professionals in the country, all while soaking up the lovely atmosphere our venues and audience provide.
Registration, Networking & Breakfast
Chairs Opening Address
Patient Safety Transformation Change: A standards based approach and ‘how to’ Case Study with GOSH
Exploration of innovation in Nursing and Midwifery: UK Experience (Confirmed)
Vitamin B12 Deficiency (Confirmed)
Morning Break, Networking & Refreshments
Chairs Morning Reflection
Mental Capacity Assessment (Confirmed)
Networking & Lunch
Chairs Afternoon Address
Utilising a systems approach to deliver the Patient Safety Improvement Programmes (Confirmed)
The presentation will provide a brief introduction to the National Patient Safety Programmes (NatPatSIP), set out as part of the Patient Safety Strategy (2019). It will then go on to explore the need for a systems-wide approach to delivering patient safety improvements. The presentation will provide an opportunity for delegates, especially Patient Safety Specialists to understand how they can support the delivery of the programmes within their regions.
Implementing Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) management in complex healthcare environments (Confirmed)
To describe the complexity of healthcare processes that leads to system failures and harm. Describe how to build teams who can support the implementation of a structured OSH system.
Healthcare has multiple ‘players’ with potentially different goals, skills and assumptions. Delivering services in a range of complex environments with growing therapeutic options, expanding knowledge and evidence. As a result, there are many sources of (incomplete) information with interruptions with multitasking being the norm. System error/failure through transfer of data and information increases as the safety features and defences degrade over time, with checklists forgotten. The environmental conditions, expectations and demands of patients have increased. The challenges to the safety system have resulted in a number of failures and prosecutions by the Health and Safety Executive. The purpose of this presentation is to describe the risks associated with OSH, potential lack of knowledge or individual accountability. Within a cultural context of a more litigious society and greater scrutiny by the regulator. It describes the process of building a Team and a safety management system that protects the staff and the patients from harm.
Close of Day
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