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June 2020

Society for Acute Medicine: Virtual Webinars

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This event repeats every week until 15/06/20


A Weekly series of Clinical Practice Webinars with SAMLondon 2020 Abstract Presentations
Wednesday 20 May – Wednesday 17 June 2020, 1900-2100
The current COVID-19 pandemic is the greatest public health challenge of our time and has significant implications for acute medicine. The Society for Acute Medicine wants to support the acute medicine community and provide resources that will help you understand and manage this crisis. We plan to do this virtually by launching a weekly series of clinical practice webinars and abstract presentations running for 5 weeks, starting on Wednesday 20 May 2020.
These virtual webinars are open to all members of the multidisciplinary team who work in acute and general medicine. They give us the opportunity to discuss and debate current COVID-19 challenges for acute medicine. They also offer a platform to the authors who successfully submitted abstracts for the postponed SAMLondon conference due to take place in May 2020, enabling them to share their work with colleagues.
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Lessons from COVID-19: The Science. Medicine. Technology & People

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Risky Business Events, in collaboration with The BMJ and Great Ormond Street Hospital, supported by the Medical Protection Society, have partnered to create this free, virtual conference for the multidisciplinary teams in the pandemic frontline.
The idea of the event is to provide front-line clinical professionals who have been working flat out and exhausted with a succinct latest update on the science, the medicine, the technology and the people (well being) with respect to the COVID-19 crisis.
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Power of focus & appreciative growth mindset - Webinar Series Part 3

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Join West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (WMAHSN) for the third session in a four-part series, offering health & social care workers an opportunity to socially connect through Appreciative Inquiry.
During these clarifying times where people have been asked to physically distance, and there are increased demands on the health and social care sectors to respond to COVID-19, the West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (WMAHSN) offers health and social care workers an opportunity to socially connect through a four week webinar series focusing on the use of Appreciative Inquiry.
The series will look to provide participants with an opportunity to:
Understand Appreciative Inquiry and how it can be used to co-create new ways of working in both health and social care sectors. Explore tools, techniques and practices that can be used to support existing practice. Hear from topical experts who are already applying Appreciative Inquiry to both their professional and personal lives. Connect socially in the development of a community of discovery that can continue to share learning. Inquire into appreciative conversations and apply questions and reframes to enable resiliency growth. Further information and registration

Reimagining healthcare: Inspiring The next generation?

Looking at inclusion and diversity within health and social care to look at inspiring the next generation to forge careers in healthtech.  Digital Healthcare Show and Health+Care present this webinar look ing at the different perspectives and backgrounds of people who work within healthtech to help shape the future.
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A practical guide to human factors in healthcare

Aimed at clinicians and managers, this national conference will provide a practical guide to human factors in healthcare, and how a human factors approach can improve patient care, quality, process and safety.
Further information and to book your place or email nicki@hc-uk.org.uk
A discount is available to hub members by quoting reference hcuk20psl when booking (cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer; full T&Cs available upon request).
Follow the conference on Twitter #HumanFactors

Each Baby Counts + Learn & Support Annual Safety Summit

Be the first to hear about the progress of the Each Baby Counts + Learn & Support Programme at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) Annual Safety Summit. This meeting will provide an opportunity for healthcare professionals with an interest in patient safety and quality improvement to hear updates on the programme so far and the themes emerging from our first cycle of work on safe escalation.
Each Baby Counts + Learn & Support is a joint initiative from the Royal College of and the Royal College of Midwives (RCM). The programme is funded by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and works closely with the Maternal and Neonatal Health Safety Collaborative.
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How can we improve patient safety and build upon the foundations of a safer culture and safer systems?

How can we improve patient safety and build upon the foundations of a safer culture and safer systems?
Returning for its fifth year, Salford Professional Developments’ annual Patient Safety conference is gaining a reputation as an inspirational and empowering event offering ideas for innovation both on a small and large scale.
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NHS ConfedExpo

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For the first time, NHS England and NHS Improvement are uniting with NHS Confederation to stage what promises to be the UK’s biggest ever health and care event this June.
Speakers will deliver over 150 hours of content and you will be able to network with 5,000 senior leaders, clinicians, managers and their teams. It’s free for NHS and other public sector staff to attend; just use the complimentary ticket code CONFEDEXPO20.
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CECOPS webinar: Digital health readiness, during & post COVID-19 pandemic

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Join a great panel at this free CECOPS webinar.
Email info@cecops.org.uk for further information and joining instructions.

Webinar: Creating a safe workplace - Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors

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This seminar will explain the Seven Key Steps to creating a safe workplace during and beyond the current pandemic.
Businesses are encouraged to consider the workplace as a whole system so that in mitigating a risk in one part of the work system, unintended consequences are not created in another.
From establishing a response team to encouraging behavioural change and implementing control measures, we talk you through our new 32-page guide which outlines important steps to identify and reduce risks whilst maintaining performance and productivity.
The Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors CEO Noorzaman Rashid will be joined on this webinar by Kirsty Angerer and Ed Milnes, co-authors of the guide, to discuss the benefits of applying a human factors approach at this critical time.
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Investigation and Learning from Deaths in NHS Trusts

The NHS is the world’s first health organisation to publish data on avoidable deaths. The National Guidance on Learning from Deaths has driven a strengthening of systems of mortality case review with emphasis on learning. By collecting the data and taking action in response to failings in care, trusts will be able to give an open and honest account of the circumstances leading to a death. This National Conference focuses on improving the investigation and learning from deaths in NHS Trusts following the National CQC and NQB guidance, and Department of Health and Social Care reporting requirements.
Further information and to book your place or email kate@hc-uk.org.uk
A discount is available to hub members by quoting reference hcuk20psl when booking (cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer; full T&Cs available upon request). 
Follow the conference on Twitter #CQCDeathsreview

Patient Safety Movement: COVID-19 Update: Addressing social disparities webina

Addressing Social Disparities webinar. This 1 hour webinar will be featuring Dr. Marcus Robinson with Collaboraction, Patricia Merryweather-Arges with Project Patient Care, Dr. Daria B. Terrell with St. Bernard Hospital and Health Care Center and Dr. Ron Wyatt with MCIC Vermont.

Zoom is requiring a new update before you can join any meeting. Please make sure to update here before hand to avoid missing any of the webinar. 
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Global Experts Meeting on Frontiers in Patient Safety and Healthcare

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Patient Safety 2020 aims to gather global leading educational scientists, researchers and research students, to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all the aspects of patient safety. The conference proceedings include keynote speeches, exhibition, plenary talks, workshops, symposiums, poster sessions, B2B networking and panel discussions on the latest research developments.
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Webinar: Mental health & the healthcare workforce

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COVID-19 is, and has been, the most challenging period for our nation, especially for the NHS. People working in the NHS have been at the forefront of this, and many have had to change or adapt their role at very short notice.
This free webinar, chaired by Dr Phil Moore will be led by Dr David Smart, a practising GP with over thirty years’ experience, and Dave Smithson, Operations Director of Anxiety UK. It will feature interviews from NHS colleagues from the frontline on how COVID-19 has affected them, their coping strategies, their worries for the future and positive learning that can be taken from this crisis. This will give a real-time perspective on how stressful and exhausting this time has been.  
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Care homes, housing, health and social care learning network: Day four

This learning network, a collaborative initiative between The King's Fund and My Home Life is designed to improve and promote collaborative working between care homes and the housing, health and social care sectors.
Care home residents have some of the most complex health and social care needs in our society. They often experience gaps or discrimination in access to high-quality health care, including support for long-term physical and mental health conditions and specialist palliative care at the end of their lives.
Better partnership working between the housing, health and social care sectors and care homes could enhance the wellbeing of residents and reduce the number of avoidable hospital admissions from care homes. It could also enable older people to have more voice, choice and control over what happens to them, as they would have in their own home.
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Webinar: Reflections on patient safety at the Nightingale hospital

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Hear reflections on patient safety from healthcare professionals involved in delivering care at the Nightingale Hospital London.
This webinar will explore the challenges of establishing a quality and safety infrastructure in a hospital built over a few days. 
You will be joined by Dr Andrew Wragg, Consultant Cardiologist and Director of Quality and Safety at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, Dr Jonathan Behar, Locum Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal Brompton Hospital and Johanna Cade, Staff Nurse, all of whom have worked at the Nightingale Hospital London.
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5th World Congress on Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare

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Patient Safety 2020 is a world class online event where renowned international speakers, specialists will take concurrent sessions of patient safety and healthcare.
The webinar has been carefully designed so as to acknowledge the various recent researches going on in the field of patient safety and healthcare. This webinar will deal with various tracks from the different fields of patient safety and healthcare and provides you with a unique opportunity to meet up with peers from both industry and academia. 
A vast array of topics will be discusses in the webinar which includes patient safety, healthcare, occupational health & safety, nursing education, clinical Trials, nursing care & practice, errors in patient safety and public health. 
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Integrating Patient Safety with QIS-HFE: Quality Improvement Science for Human Factors & Ergonomics in Health and Social Care

This course run by Loughborough University is designed to enable you to discuss the core concepts in Human Factors & Ergonomics (HFE) in terms of systems and design.
You will understand the use of safety science in healthcare and the differences between HFE and Quality Improvement Science.
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Short Course Overview QIS-HFE (1 day).docx

NHS Patient and Staff Safety Virtual Conference

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In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, now, more than ever, we are starting to understand the mammoth task that our healthcare professionals are up against while trying to keep the general public safe while within an acute healthcare setting.
Convenzis Group Virtual Series  will be host the UK’s first Virtual NHS Patient & Staff Safety Conference. Join to discuss some areas of concern highlighted by the recent COVID-19 outbreak and the innovative and forward-thinking technology and services helping to counter these issues and improve both NHS staff and patient safety, key areas of discussion will be;
Preventing healthcare-acquired infections. Global leadership for patient safety. Patient Safety Incident Management system. Reducing medication error. Learning from deaths. Inspection round up and review. Register

Infection Prevention & Control Conference

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Infection Prevention & Control Conference, part of Health Care, formally Patient First, bring you a two day dedicated conference and exhibition supporting nurses, doctors and infection prevention and control professionals looking for solutions to prevent infection and improve care.
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GASagain (Giving Anaesthesia Safely Again)

Returning to work after a career break or going back to work after an extended period away from work (i.e. maternity leave, research) can prove to be quite a challenge. Whatever the reason, the period of time absent from work can cause a feeling of reduced confidence and a lack of certainty about your ability to perform particular jobs when you return to work.
The GASagain course from the Royal College of Anaesthetists is structured to provide you with the strategies for managing a return to work. There will be simulation scenarios to refresh your skills plus a series of workshops, underpinned by short relevant lectures, to update you on the latest in the world of anaesthesia. We will individualise the scenarios to cater to the grade of the anaesthetist.
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Webinar: Learning from adverse events

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This event celebrates the launch of the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF)’s new White Paper on ‘Learning from Adverse Events’.
There has been enormous progress in safety over the years, yet the frequency with which major adverse events continue to occur across nearly every sector of the economy and the extent of the pain, suffering, loss and hardship that arises, suggests a fundamental weakness in the ability of developed societies to adequately learn from the things that go wrong, and to take action that’s effective in preventing recurrence of similar events.
The 48-page document is designed to:
1.    Help organisations understand a human factors perspective to investigating and learning from adverse events.
2.    Provide key principles organisations can apply to capture the human contribution to adverse events.
Who should attend?
Anyone in any industry or service responsible for managing significant risk, and anyone involved in investigating incidents and adverse events. And of course, anyone interested in organisational learning.
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Webinar: Informed Consent - why sharing the decision is safer for everyone

Patient safety is not a single absolute. This ICONS webinar will explore how safety can be regarded as a patient centred, relative concept whose understanding is essential for robust informed consent processes. It will also focus on how surgeons share decisions with patients, and how patients in turn share their decision with others outwith the clinic.
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