Contents

 

Learning from Deaths: Implementing Structured Judgement

Reviews across the West of England

Dr Mark Juniper, Melody Moxham, Kevin Hunter

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Quality Improvement - combining digital technology with

innovative learning

Nicola Davey, Tom Kenny, Laura Longley

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Refer-to-Pharmacy: outcomes of hospital to community

pharmacy referral’ Interview:

Alistair Gray, Clinical Services Lead Pharmacist,

East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust

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Criteria Led Discharge: A Systematic Review and

Patient Safety

Dr Liz Lees-Deutsch MSc BSc Dip HSM RGN

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Patient Consent After Montgomery, Practical Guidance

for Doctors

James Badenoch QC

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Winter is Coming: Improving Antibiotic Prescribing for

Sore Throats

Dr Rajan S. Pooni, Dr James McKinnon

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Shock through the heart, and you’re to blame:

Reducing DC Cardioversion Errors using a checklist and

simulation training

Dr Nathan Riddell and Dr Nico Swetenham

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Caries Prevention: dietary counselling and fluoride

intervention. A multi-centre quality improvement project

(QIP) within Primary Care Dental Practices

Dr Jonathan Davies, Miss Julia Harris

 

Date: 15th May 2019     09:30 to 16:30

 

Venue: Engineer’s House, The Promenade, Clifton Down, Bristol, BS8 3NB

 

An independent patient safety and quality improvement conference now in our sixth year.

 

  • hear from patient safety and quality improvement experts
  • learn from practice-based improvement projects
  • share your work through our national poster competition - deadline 10th March 2019

Keynote speaker:
Mr Joe Rafferty, Chief Executive,Mersey Care NHSFT
Building a Just Culture at Mersey Care NHSFT

 

Featured speaker:

Dr John Dean, Clinical Director for quality improvement

and patient safety Royal College of Physicians (RCP)
A multi-professional approach to medication safety

 

Programme includes: The psychology of improvement, Delirium and patient safety, Criminal law and healthcare

Workshops: QI Evaluation, Maternal and neonatal care, Learning from suicide claims, Healthcare innovation, Handling individual performance concerns

 

Standard fee £219 (short-listed poster entrants £159)

Book online here