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    Feb 01
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    Why we need to talk more about Sepsis – in partnership with the UK Sepsis Trust

    Five people die with sepsis every hour in the UK. Sepsis is a serious complication of an infection. Without quick treatment it can lead to multiple organ failure and death. Sepsis often goes undiagnosed and it is important to raise awareness of the symptoms and what to look out for in order to reduce the number of sepsis-related death.  This webinar will give attendees a chance to hear from D

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    Feb 06
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    Delivering effective place-based care: the role of regions, integrated care systems and place-based partnerships

    The introduction of integrated care systems (ICSs) has placed a renewed focus on how organisations can work together to integrate care to meet the needs of local populations. However, much of the activity to integrate care, improve population health and tackle inequalities will be driven by commissioners and providers collaborating over smaller geographies (often referred to as ‘places’) with

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    Feb 06
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    RCGP: Addressing health inequalities in primary care, Part 2

    This online conference hosted by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) is free of charge to RCGP members and £200 for non-members. Health inequalities are differences in health across the population and between different groups in society that are systematic, unfair and avoidable. General Practice, with its unrivalled access to the heart of communities, has a key role in addressin

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    Feb 06
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    Patients Association: Ensuring patient and family concerns are central to the recognition and management of acute illness and deterioration

    The Patients Association and NHS England’s Worry and Concern Group is holding a webinar on pilot studies testing ways to incorporate inpatients’ views of their illness and worries and concerns in the assessment and recognition of acute illness and risk of deterioration. The webinar brings together patients and clinicians to review: The work done during the Worry and Concern pilots

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    Feb 07
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    NHS Confederation: Primary care and patient safety

    Join NHS Confederation as they present the draft guiding principles ahead of publication of the NHS patient safety strategy and seek feedback from the group. The NHS patient safety strategy aims to create supportive safety cultures that focus on learning and improvement. In this session we will introduce the Primary Care patient safety strategy with a focus on the Patient Safety Incident Resp

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    Feb 08

    Operating Theatres Conference 2024

    NHS England have set out an ambitious three-year plan back in February 2022, aimed at tackling the surgical backlog that has reached a record high following the pandemic. With a major milestone on the horizon to reduce wait times over a year by March 2025, we take a look at the progress being made and how trusts around the country are collaborating in order to drive down waiting times. Join S


    • A J Bell Stadium , Salford, United Kingdom
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    Feb 08
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    PPP Breakfast: In conversation with Prof. Bola Owolabi

    This breakfast with Professor Bola Owolabi will look at taking a practical, whole system approach to action on health inequalities. Helping system leaders to understand their role in addressing health inequalities. Differentiating between health inequalities, often determined by long-term social and economic issues – and healthcare inequalities in relation to access and outcomes fro

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    Feb 08
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    Co-production with communities as a solution to health inequalities

    In this webinar hosted by NHS Providers, attendees will: learn about the different models of co-production with communities and how these could be applied to the work at your trust hear about the value of working with underserved communities to understand their experiences accessing healthcare services and how this can contribute to the wider agenda of reducing health inequalities

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    Feb 09

    Investigation of deaths & serious incidents in mental health services - Implementing the new Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) in mental health

    This national conference looks at the practicalities of Serious Incident Investigation and Learning from Deaths in Mental Health Services and implementation of the New Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF previously known as the Serious Incident Framework). The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) was published on 16th August 2022 and replaces the Serious incident Framew

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    Feb 13

    Complaints, resolution & mediation

    This course is suitable for anybody who deals with complaints as part of their job role, or anybody who may have to handle a complaint. This includes dedicated complaints teams and customer support teams and managers.  A highly interactive and effective workshop to improve confidence and consistency in handling complaints, we will demonstrate a simple model to facilitate effective responses,

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    Feb 13
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    'Health inequalities past, present and future' with Professor Sir Chris Whitty

    Professor Sir Chris Whitty will deliver a live-streamed lecture on health inequalities to launch Talk 200, the University's bicentenary lecture and podcast series. ‘Health inequalities past, present and future’ will consider the main drivers of inequalities and disparities in health, how these have changed over time and why addressing them remains a major public health priority. As a soc

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    Feb 14
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    AvMA: Implementing the Duty of Candour and PSIRF with Empathy with empathy - online training

    This popular training day covers the must-dos and the grey areas around the statutory Duty of Candour, with a strong emphasis on going beyond mere compliance and delivering the duty of candour in a meaningful way for patients and families and for the staff involved and the organisation. It has been updated to directly support the successful implementation of the PSIRF guidance and the ‘Harmed Pati

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    Feb 16
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    Introduction to SEIPS in healthcare

    The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) encourages investigations across the NHS to apply SEIPS. This 3 hour class will focus upon using SEIPS Surgery.  SEIPS trainer Dr Dawn Benson has extensive experience of using and teaching SEIPS, as a Human Factors tool, in health and social care safety investigation.  She will be joined in these sessions by clinical subject experts. The

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    Feb 18
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    Feb 20

    Foundation Clinical Safety Officer training

    With the constantly evolving digital landscape in health and care, clinical safety has never been more important than it is now, and every health and care organisation and system supplier should have a Clinical Safety Officer to assess, prevent and address risks and hazards.   PRSB and Ethos Ltd are delighted to offer you online training providing you with everything you need to become a cert

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    Feb 20
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    Autonomic assessments in a Long Covid clinic

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    Feb 21
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    Adopting remote monitoring at scale - The keys of success from the biggest adoption Of COPD remote monitoring in the UK

    Airedale’s digital journey: Revolutionising healthcare Starting in 2006, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust digitized patient services, introducing remote health assessments for prisoners. Facing funding challenges for successful pilots, 2010 saw the establishment of the Digital Care Hub with Rachel Binks serving as a key consultant. In 2014, the 24/7 Goldmine service emerged, supporting thos

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    Feb 22

    Australian National Safety and Quality Mental Health Standards for community managed organisations

    Join the webinar to find out how the community sector can implement the National Safety and Quality Mental Health Standards for Community Managed Organisations (NSQMHCMO Standards). The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care is releasing a range of practical resources to support CMO service providers, consumers and carers, and accrediting agencies to implement the NSQMHCMO

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    Feb 22

    Engaging patients & families in complaints under Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) and the Complaints Standards Framework

    This virtual masterclass will build confidence in compassionately engaging and involving families and loved ones to work within the requirements of PSIRF and the Complaints Standards Framework. But more than this, the masterclass will support staff to go beyond compliance to understand the issues and emotional component on a deeper level; to have real authentic engagement and involvement with pati

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    Feb 22
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    Prison healthcare - improving quality and access

    In this presentation, Dr Laura Sheard, Associate Professor, University of York, Honorary Principal Research Fellow, Bradford Institute for Health Research, will talk about the importance of prison healthcare, how it can be improved and why she is passionate about this topic. Laura will draw on her own experience of the four years she worked in HMP Leeds alongside findings from several mixed method


    • Wolfson Centre for Applied Health Research, Seminar Rooms Duckworth Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire , BD9 6RJ, United Kingdom
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    Feb 23
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    ISQua's 11th International Patient Safety Conference

    Apollo Hospitals Group proudly announces the upcoming 11th International Patient Safety Conference, a key initiative that aligns with their mission. This conference will serve as a platform for experts, practitioners, and enthusiasts to come together, share insights, and explore innovative solutions. International Patient Safety Conference (IPSC), now in its 11th edition, is an annual event t


    • Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Whitefield Hotel & Convention Center,, Bengaluru
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    Feb 27

    Behind bars-perspectives on delivering health in prison

    NHS Resolution’s Safety and Learning team, are hosting a virtual forum on perspectives on delivering health in the prison and justice system. The purpose is to raise awareness of the cost and scale of harm, discuss the realities, best practice, challenges and recommendations around collaborating to support healthcare delivery in the justice system.  The format is interactive, with presen

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    Feb 28
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    Women's Health Professional Care

    Women’s Health Professional Care is designed for healthcare professionals and policymakers in primary and secondary care looking to improve health outcomes for women. Bringing together key learnings and new insights on a range of issues and challenges affecting women throughout their lives, Women’s Health Professional Care aims to address gender disparities in healthcare by highlighting areas


    • Olympia, London, United Kingdom
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    Feb 28
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    Together making wound care work

    Join us to hear brand new results from Mölnlycke Health Care’s latest survey, conducted as part of the “In This Together” initiative recently launched in UK, providing support and information to people living with a wound and their caregivers. “The ‘In This Together’ survey explores patients perspectives on their current experiences with wound care services in England.” There are an estimated

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    Feb 28
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    Kennedys: Annual healthcare seminar programme 2024

    Kennedys' healthcare team are delighted to invite you to the second session of our annual healthcare seminar programme 2024, which will be held both in-person and virtually on Wednesday 28 February. Guest speaker: John Mead, Technical Claims Director, NHS Resolution John Mead studied at London University and then joined the insurance industry, where he dealt with a wide range of claims a

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    Feb 29
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    Understanding the changes in primary care: the new Pharmacy First service

    This webinar hosted by the Patients Association provides an opportunity to hear about the new Pharmacy First Service. Speakers include: David Webb, Chief Pharmaceutical Officer for England Pallavi Dawda, Head of Delivery, Clinical Strategy Community Pharmacy, NHS England Leighton Colegrave, member of Hertfordshire and West Essex ICB's Patient Engagement Forum Tund

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    Feb 29
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    Shingles Awareness Week 2024: Accelerating immunisation in your most vulnerable patients

    Are all of your severely immunocompromised patients aged 50 and over vaccinated against shingles? These patients are eligible for vaccination through the National programme Discuss identifying and vaccinating your most vulnerable patients, and how GSK can support you. This event is organised and funded by GSK­­. Further information and registration

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