Continuous Learning, Measurement & Improvement
6 February 2019
Royal Society of Medicine, London
The inaugural Improving Patient Safety & Care 2018 conference will assess how the NHS are currently making a difference in regards to improved safety and care and how it intends to do so in the future through a transparent, constantly evolving patient-centred system. It is therefore a must attend in the conference calendar for anyone involved in the provision of patient-centred services across the NHS, be that frontline, clinical or board level personnel.
The conference will seek to positively disrupt the sector and provide a platform for both success and failures to be analysed. It will facilitate the sharing of ideas and plans for 2018/19 and beyond whilst promoting new and innovative concepts, fresh thinking and strategic collaboration. With all post-conference insight leading to stimulated action, it is hoped this conference will enable all NHS employees to better manage safety and care across the system and adopt a whole-system approach to achieving excellence in this regard.
Confirmed Speakers Include:
- Professor Gillian Leng CBE, Deputy Chief Executive, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
- Professor Ted Baker, Chief Inspector of Hospitals, CQC
- Elizabeth Beech, National Project Lead – Healthcare Associated Infections, NHS Improvement
- Radhika Rangaraju, e-RS Senior Programme lead, NHS England
Pre- and post-conference communications will highlight the new pivotal role the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch, who will provide safety improvement along with greater understandings of the established investigative methods, which they will apply for the use of appropriate learning rather than for apportioning blame.
ARMA members can receive a 50% discount on all places at this conference; to take advantage of this offer, please contact ARMA ahead of your online registration process.