Programme 3rd May 2017

8.30        Registration, tea and coffee, networking and posters


9.30        Welcome and introduction

               Mr Richard Annandale, Healthcare Lawyer


9.35        Embedding a culture of quality improvement across an organisation

              Dr Amar Shah, Associate Medical Director & Consultant forensic psychiatrist, East
               London NHS Foundation Trust


10:05     Why do hospital staff find it difficult to make improvements based on feedback
               from patients?

               Dr Laura Sheard, Senior research Fellow at the Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research
               team (based at Bradford Teaching Hospitals).


10.25      Delivering fair resolution and learning from harm

               Helen Vernon, Chief Executive, NHS Resolution


10:45     Clinician Led QI and Patient Safety: where do doctors in training fit in?
               Experiences from the National Medical Director's Clinical Fellowship Scheme

               Dr Mohsin Choudry, Surgical trainee, National Medical Director's Clinical Fellow Royal
               College of Physicians RCP (2015-16)


11.05     Coffee and tea and posters


11.40       A Foundation doctor’s experience improving quality of care

               Dr Laura Munglani, FY2 Junior Doctor, North Bristol NHS Trust


11:55      Consent,  the Montgomery ruling and what it means for practitioners

                Mr James Badenoch QC, 1 Crown Office Row



12:25      Lunch


13.30      Workshops and seminars each 40 minutes duration

               choose two of the following:


               A.  Human Factors Principles + Improvement Science = Better Outcomes

                    Nicola Davey, Quality Improvement Practitioner


               B.  The deteriorating patient

                    Ann Remmers, Patient Safety Programme Director, WEAHSN & and Miss Anne
                    Pullyblank, Colorectal Surgeon, Clinical Director, West of England Patient Safety


               C.  Avoiding Complaints becoming Claims

                    Jo Lloyd, Partner, Bevan Brittan and Alison McLellan, Safety and Learning Lead, 
                    NHS Resolution


               D. Developing a safety culture based on Human Factors
                    Jeff Goulding – Assistant Director of Human Factors, Mersey Human Factors       
                    Group, Aintree Hospital NHS Foundation Trust


14.50     Tea and Coffee


15.15      Improving patient safety through a nurse-led Acute Kidney Injury Specialist

               Dr Stephen Gulliford, Consultant in Acute Medicine and Suzanne Wilson, Acute Kidney
               Injury Specialist Nurse,Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust

11.35      National and local updates for the Patient Safety Collaboratives
               Deborah Evans, Managing Director, WEAHSN


15:50      Learning from ‘Learning, Candour and Accountability’: A review
               of the way NHS trusts review & investigate the deaths of patients in England’
               Richard Brady, Policy Officer,  Care Quality Commission (CQC)


16.15      Poster competition prizes


16.30      Closing remarks




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