11th June 2019, National Conference Centre, Birmingham
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Welcome To Patient Safety 2019 Birmingham

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When and Where?

The 2019 Patient Safety Conference will take place at the National Conference Centre on 11th June

Discover emerging issues

Stay ahead of industry hot topics and discuss how to prevent problems before they become unmanageable

Latest tools and technology

Explore the leading edge of science and technology in the exhibition hall. Browse the exhibition, learn about scientific advances in equipment and devices

Connect and network

Connect (and reconnect) with colleagues and network with healthcare professionals from across the UK

Conference Overview

In December 2018 NHSI announced a consultation on Patient Safety as part of the 10-year plan. In the Spring of 2019, NHSI will publish the consultations taken for a new national Patient Safety Strategy that will be part of the NHS Long Term Plan. In June in Birmingham, we will announce the plans for local delivery and steps for implementation.

 

In healthcare systems all over the world there are times when things go tragically wrong. We all understand that healthcare is a people business, and that with the very best intentions anything involving people is liable to human error.

 

Improving safety is about reducing risk, minimising mistakes and establishing the necessary checks and balances. It is also the evolution of a 70year old free of charge at the point of access national service to a 24/7 seamless provision.

The NHS has embarked on a journey to become one of the safest healthcare systems in the world. In England over the last 4 years improvements have been achieved. We have had a complete overhaul of CQC standards, and comprehensive inspections of all trusts, as well as primary care providers.

 

Patient safety is also a main driver in achieving cost savings and efficiencies across the whole health economy.

 

We have seen the introduction of the new protections for those who raise concern and whistleblow, which means that the NHS is now more transparent. There are now Patient Safety Collaboratives, each established and led locally delivering stakeholder owned improvement programmes.

 

The NHS approach to patient safety is widely recognised as world-leading and their continuous work with national and international partners ensures continued improvement which will benefit patients.

 

The “Patient Safety 2019” conference with the input of leading quality and safety experts will look at what needs to be done over the coming years to improve even further.

 

Topics covered on the day will include, Leadership, Change Management, Preventing HAI’s, Never Events and Reducing Medication Error. There will also be a progress report on the Patient Safety Incident Management system (PSIMS) which in April 2018 completed the Alpha phase and is about to move into the Beta stage of development.

 

Join over 400 healthcare professionals to drive this agenda forward through innovation and sharing best practice.

Our Supporters
Thank you to our supporters of the Patient Safety 2019 Birmingham Conference
  • CPD Certification Service Logo
  • MRSA Action UK
  • Association for Perioperative Practice
  • Health Innovation Manchester
  • Sepsis Alliance Logo
  • British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin
  • The UK Sepsis Trust Logo
  • Global Alliance for Infections in Surgery
  • World Alliance Against Antibiotic Resistance
  • Global Sepsis Alliance
  • Sepsisfonden
  • AQuA - Advancing Quality Alliance
  • Central Sterilising Club
Our Media Partner
British journal of healthcare management
Practical Patient Care
Conference Programme
Presented by: Tracey Williams - President Director of AfPP Ltd (Confirmed)
Speaker:- Dawn Stott, Chief Executive, AfPP (Confirmed)
Speaker:- Tracey Coates Safety and Learning Lead. NHS Resolution (Confirmed)
Speakers:
Speaker:- Kathryn Topley: Clinical Efficiency & Effectiveness Manager (Confirmed)
Speaker:- AfPP (Invited)
Chair, Dawn Stott, Chief Executive, AfPP (Confirmed)
Speaker:- John Pickles, Trustee, Clinical Human Factors Group (Confirmed)
Speaker: Dr Peter Young, Consultant in Anaesthetics and Critical Care, NHS Innovation. (Confirmed)
Speaker:- AfPP (Invited)
Speaker:- Robert Tomlinson, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust (Confirmed)
Speaker:- Dr Peter Young (Confirmed)
Conference Speakers
Tracey Williams
Chairs Welcoming: 09:00 am – 09:10 am   Biography: Tracey has dual qualifications as both a nurse and an ODP. She registered as a general nurse with the NMC in 1990. She has worked in theatres since 1992 and after completing various theatre nursing courses went on to complete her training as an operating department practitioner...
Dawn Stott is speaking at Knowlex's Patient Safety Conference
Time: 09:10AM – 09:40AM Topic: Leadership   Brief presentation description: The qualities of a great leader Leadership styles Behaviours Why leaders need followers The session will explore how we can find our own leadership qualities rather than look to others to lead, discussing followership and how followers can also be leaders, and to examine the challenges of...
Kathryn Topley
Time: 10:10AM – 10:40AM Topic: Reducing Surgical Site Infection 2019   Brief presentation description: This session will outline current guidance for practice that can reduce the risk of SSI. This will include an update about the OneTogether collaboration and the resources available to all that work on the surgical pathway.   Biography: Kathryn Topley, MSc, Advanced Health...
Tracy Coates
Time: 09:40AM – 10:10AM Topic: Looking Through the Lens of Perioperative Practice Biography: Tracy Coates has extensive clinical experience in anaesthetics and post-anaesthetics care. This includes management, education, clinical outreach and experience as a perioperative care matron. She was a president of the Association of Perioperative Practice. Prior to her appointment, she worked as an independent consultant...
Robert Tomlinson
Time: 16:00PM – 16:30PM Topic: Below Ten Thousand – Time for Change   Brief presentation description:  East Lancashire hospitals Trust patients endured 5 never events in 6 months. Instead of punishing staff East Lancashire demonstrated that by treating staff with respect they will be repaid by patient centred intelligent approaches to improve patient safety. This presentation looks...
John Pickles
Time: 15:00PM – 15:30PM Topic: Improving operating theatre safety through the application of non-technical skills   Brief presentation description: Operating theatre safety has improved through the application of the Surgical Safety Checklist, briefings and time-outs but an understanding of the human factors science of non-technical skills is not yet integrated into the training of medical, nursing,...
Who Will Attend
We will be inviting delegates to attend from across all areas of the healthcare sector, including the following positions: –
  • Clinical Directors
  • Medical Director
  • Director of Quality and Clinical
  • Directors of Nursing
  • Assistant Director of Nursing
  • Consultant Surgeon
  • Head of Patient Safety
  • Head of Quality Assurance
  • Theatre Managers
  • Assistant Theatre Managers
  • Operating Department Practitioner (ODP)
  • Assistant Theatre Practitioner (ATP)
  • Theatre Lead
  • Theatre Nurses
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Register for Patient Safety 2019 Birmingham

Please note: All AFPP members will be prompted to enter their unique registration code provided by AFPP before booking a ticket.

If you are yet to receive your code, please contact our conference team directly on the details below.

Tel: 0161 696 4868 Ex 1007

Email : paul.lloyd@knowlex.co.uk

AfPP Member Ticket
£79.00
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Ticket Includes:

Access to all Main Plenary Presentations & Workshops

Keynote speakers presenting on the latest initiatives

Morning Coffee, Lunch Buffet and Afternoon Coffee Provided

Access to Exhibitor Hall

Networking opportunities to meet 400 Healthcare colleagues from across the UK, Europe and the world

CPD Certified

Non- Member Ticket
£150.00
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Ticket Includes:

Access to all Main Plenary Presentations & Workshops

Keynote speakers presenting on the latest initiatives

Morning Coffee, Lunch Buffet and Afternoon Coffee Provided

Access to Exhibitor Hall

Networking opportunities to meet 400 Healthcare colleagues from across the UK, Europe and the world

CPD Certified

Corporate Ticket
£450.00
Buy Ticket

Ticket Includes:

Access to all Main Plenary Presentations & Workshops

Keynote speakers presenting on the latest initiatives

Morning Coffee, Lunch Buffet and Afternoon Coffee Provided

Access to Exhibitor Hall

Networking opportunities to meet 400 Healthcare colleagues from across the UK, Europe and the world

CPD Certified

Safety Petition
Safety Petition

"Mandatory for all hospital theatres to evacuate diathermy tissue smoke plume"

In 2007, smoking was banned in the UK. In operating theatres, we are still '"smoking" because some consultants are reluctant to use this technology.This continues to put perioperative staff and patients at risk of breathing in smoke which contains many harmful compounds including hydrogen cyanide.

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