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Patient Safety Congress: view the latest speakers

Book your place at the Patient Safety Congress 2017

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4 - 5 July Manchester Central

Dear Reader,

Attend the Patient Safety Congress for added value at a reduced price.

We are aware of the financial pressures placed on healthcare staff and the challenges you face to guarantee time out of the office for essential learning and development. That’s why this year, the Patient Safety Congress provides you with more safety critical guidance, advice and innovation than ever before and at our lowest price.

Click here to receive a free justification letter to explain to your employer why you should attend.

To benefit from our lowest price, register your attendance here by 30th April. View the latest agenda here.

    Attendance equips you with live learning and tangible take-aways from unmissable contributors including:

    Key speakers:

    • Jim Mackey, Chief Executive, NHS Improvement 
    • Neil Churchill, Director of patient experience, NHS England 
    • Keith Conradi, Chief Investigator, Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB) 
    • Edward Baker, Deputy Chief Inspector of Hospitals, Care Quality Commission 
    • George Findlay, Medical Director, Western Sussex Hospitals Foundation Trust 
    • Emma Redfern, Consultant in Emergency Medicine & Associate Medical Director for Patient Safety, University Hospitals Bristol Foundation Trust 
    • Rosie Bennyworth, Managing Director, South West Academic Health Science Network 
    • Shaun Lintern, Patient Safety Senior Correspondent, Health Service Journal 
    • Jocelyn Cornwell, Chief Executive, Point of Care Foundation 
    • Maxine Power, Chief Executive, Haelo
    • Janet Davies, Chief Executive, Royal College of Nursing 
    • Martin Bromiley OBE, Chair, Clinical Human Factors Group

    International speakers:

    • Tina Lynge Lyngbye, Programme Director, Danish Society for Patient Safety
    • Paul Bowie, Programme Director - Patient Safety & Quality Improvement, NES Scotland
    • Ciara Kirke, Clinical Lead, Medication Safety, Health Service Executive Ireland
    • Chris Hancock, Programme Lead, NHS Wales
    • Marianne Weichselbraun, Vice President, The Swedish Association of Midwives
    • René Amalberti, Patient Safety Advisor, Haute Autorité de Santé

    Simple but innovative examples of best practice:

    • Reducing avoidable serious birth injuries by 50%
    • Achieving a reduction of 700 deaths in one year at two NHS hospitals 
    • Increasing the number of in-patients who receive medication on time by 30%
    • Errors and discrepancies in intravenous infusion practices: results from the first UK wide study 
    • Reducing harm: sepsis, AKI, pressure ulcers and falls

    See more

    To ensure you are equipped with the latest guidance necessary to uphold safety standards as demand for services increases, book your place at congress here.

    Best wishes,

    Tori Williams
    Patient Safety Congress Team

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    Kresh Selmani
    T: +44 (0)20 3033 2695
    E: kresh.selmani@emap.com

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    Jim Condon
    T: +44 (0)20 3033 2256
    E: jim.condon@emap.com

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