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    Jun 03
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    Virtual launch event - Act Now: Musculoskeletal health inequalities and deprivation

    This virtual launch event celebrates the ARMA report Act Now: MSK Health inequalities and deprivation. •    Hear about the findings of the report and what they mean for health services and healthcare professionals. •    How does deprivation relate to MSK health? •    What are the 5 steps to addressing health inequalities and what do they look like in practice? •    What are the particul

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    Jun 04
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    Systems approach to learning from patient safety incidents

    Training to support the development of core understanding and application of systems-based patient safety incident response throughout the healthcare system - in line with NHS guidance, based upon national and internationally recognised good practice. This course covers the end-to-end systems-based patient safety incident response based upon the new NHS PSIRF and includes: purpose

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    Jun 04

    HSSIB: After Action Review

    This is for those in NHS Trusts in England only. This practical course is aimed at those who are planning to use, or may already be using, After Action Review (AAR) as one of their learning responses to patient safety events. It will also be useful for those in Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) oversight roles. The course is includes: Defining what After Action Review is.

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    Jun 04
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    Implementing the Duty of Candour and PSIRF with empathy

    The Duty of Candour, introduced in 2014, requires healthcare professionals to be honest with patients when things go wrong. They must also be open with colleagues, employers, and relevant organisations and participate in reviews and investigations when requested. Our training developed with industry experts - Peter Walsh, the ex-Chief Executive of AvMA, who is well known for his pioneering work on

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    Jun 05

    Health inequalities in 2040: Current and projected patterns of illness by deprivation in England

    Decades of research has shown that the health of the population in England is unequal, with people who live in more deprived areas experiencing illness earlier in life and dying younger. Previous Health Foundation analysis has projected that 9.3 million people could be living with major illness by 2040, which is 2.6 million, or 39%, more people than in 2019. In April, the Health Foundation’s

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    Jun 05

    Developing a safe and supportive environment where staff can deliver high quality patient care

    Delivering high-quality care and ensuring the best patient outcomes and safety levels should be the goal of all health care providers; however, these can only be achieved if staff are able and encouraged to work to the best of their abilities. Leaders play a crucial role in creating a culture that drives good staff and patient experience and, in turn, quality across the system.   In this cont

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    Jun 05
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    Human & Organisational Performance in Pharma

    About this webinar In many pharmaceutical companies, human error is still addressed reactively through compliance by Deviation Management.  While people are involved, they are NOT the root cause in the majority of deviations.  There's an opportunity to set people up for success proactively in regards to risk prevention in a complex work environment through, for example:  Recognit

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    Jun 05
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    ECRI - Combatting alarm fatigue: Strategies for optimizing your telemetry monitoring implementation

    Telemetry monitors are patient-worn devices that allow the patient's heart rate, heart rhythm, and other physiologic conditions to be assessed without restricting the patient to a bed. These devices allow cardiac patients to move around the facility while still being monitored. Monitors are designed to transmit an alarm signal to nursing staff if the patient develops a concerning heart rhythm or o

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    Jun 07

    Patient safety in hospices

    The day will highlight best practice in improving safety in hospices, highlight new developments such as the implications of the new Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF), and the new CQC Inspection Framework, and will focus on key clinical safety areas such as falls prevention, medication safety, reduction and management of pressure ulcers, nutrition and hydration, improving the resp

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    Jun 10
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    HSSIB: Investigative interviewing

    This is for those in NHS Trusts in England only. This practical course offers an overview of the principles that underpin a professional safety investigation interview with either a member of staff, a patient or a family. The course aligns to the PSIRF guidance on a systems approach to interviews. The course includes: Planning and preparing for an interview. Using a structured hiera

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    Jun 11

    The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework & clinical audit

    The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) arguably represents the most significant change to investigating and managing patient safety incidents in the history of the NHS. To embed PSIRF effectively within organisations, healthcare teams need to understand and utilise a range of new techniques and disciplines. Clinical audit is an established quality improvement methodology that is of

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    Jun 12

    Root Cause Analysis: 1 day masterclass

    This intensive masterclass will provide in-house Root Cause Analysis training in line with The NHS Patient Safety Strategy (July 2019). The course will offer a practical guide to Root Cause Analysis with a focus on systems-based patient safety investigation as proposed by the forthcoming National Patient Safety Incident Response Framework which emphasises the requirement for investigations to

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    Jun 12

    Quality accreditation, monitoring and assurance in health and social care

    This conference focuses on quality accreditation, monitoring and assurance. The conference will support you to develop systems and processes for local accreditation for quality. Accreditation can be used as a tool to encouraging ownership of continuous quality improvement, reduce variation and increase staff pride and team working. There will be an extended focus on meeting the CQC Quality St

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    Jun 12

    Deprivation of Liberty: Moving forward

    Safeguards will be delayed until at least the next general election (anticipated to be in Autumn 2024). Even if a new government is keen to implement Liberty Protection Safeguards (LPS), any reform will now be some years away. With the delay to the Liberty Protection Safeguards it is more important than ever to ensure the existing scheme for deprivation of liberty works, including the Depriva

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    Jun 12
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    NHS Resolution NW Primary care: Dispelling the myth-towards safer practice

    NHS Resolution’s Safety and Learning team in collaboration with the NW panel law firms, are hosting a virtual forum series on learning from claims to promote reflection and improve patient care. The purpose is to raise awareness of the support offered by NHS Resolution as your General Practice indemnifier along with the North West panel firms; Weightmans, Hempsons and Hill Dickinson. This wil

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    Jun 12
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    Human Factors - Understanding ways to improve patient safety and teamworking

    How can you mitigate surgical errors in your operating theatre? What human factors would you consider in your planning? How does culture play a role in risk? Join Professor Peter Brennan, consultant surgeon at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth, as he leads our upcoming webinar on human factors. Join the discussion on changing culture, minimising surgical errors and improving patient safe

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    Jun 13

    HSSIB: After Action Review

    This is for those in NHS Trusts in England only. This practical course is aimed at those who are planning to use, or may already be using, After Action Review (AAR) as one of their learning responses to patient safety events. It will also be useful for those in Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) oversight roles. The course is includes: Defining what After Action Review is.

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    Jun 14
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    After Action Review Masterclass

    An After Action Review (AAR) is a facilitated discussion following an event to understand what happened and why. AARs involve key stakeholders involved in the incident and provide insight into how improvements could be made to help deliver safer care for patients. The AAR process emphasises the importance of a facilitated approach with all participants encouraged to work collaboratively to identif

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    Jun 14
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    Creatively improving end of life care for people now and in the future: Seth's legacy

    In 2014 Seth Goodburn died from pancreatic cancer 33 short and heart breaking days after diagnosis. Seth's wanted to die at home however, the weight of systems and processes meant that he sadly died in an acute hospital. After Seth died his wife Lesley shared their story via a play, a film and an educational resource called Seth's Story Sharing the story has three aims to: impro


    • Marie Curie London, 1 Embassy Gardens, Vauxhall, SW11 7BW
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    Jun 14
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    True Cut: The surgeon's blade cuts both ways

    Written by ENT Surgeon David Alderson, True Cut is a new play that asks: “What happens when things go wrong in healthcare?” It brings the hidden world of the operating theatre onto the stage. When promising, young surgeon, Jo, gets out of his depth, the repercussions are profound — for everyone involved. In the papers, on TV, on social, medicine’s a pantomime: voyeuristic entertainment m


    • The Symposium Hall at Surgeons' Hall, Edinburgh, EH8 9DW
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    Jun 18
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    Engagement with patient & public networks

    The Centre for Perioperative Care (CPOC) progresses a number of innovative and exciting collaborations with its patient facing partners since its origin in 2019. This webinar is designed to bring together lay and patient representation from both its Board and Advisory Group partners, as well as patient organisations and charities. The aim is to understand better the needs of patient and public eng

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    Jun 19
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    King's Fund: Health and care explained

    The landscape of the health and care system in England is challenging and complex, and the system is facing profound challenges. At this event, which will take place virtually over two days, policy and leadership experts from The King’s Fund will help you gain a greater understanding of how the health and care system in England works and how it is changing, giving balanced and honest views about t

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    Jun 19

    Advancing patient safety: Integrating LFPSE and PSIRF for enhanced outcomes

    Join Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT) in collaboration with Radar Healthcare for an engaging discussion on Learning from Patient Safety Events (LFPSE) and the Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF), highlighting their combined impact on patient safety improvement. This webinar will delve into pivotal aspects crucial for integrating LFPSE and PSIRF into your inciden

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    Jun 20

    Improving access, treatment and support for people with a diagnosis of personality disorder

    Personality disorders encompass a wide range of conditions which have long been misunderstood and stigmatised. Individuals with personality disorders often face exclusion and limited access to an appropriate care and support system. In recognising this pressing need for change, we have assembled a conference with mental health professionals, researchers and advocates that will explore innovat

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    Jun 21

    Deteriorating Patient Summit: Recognising and responding to the deteriorating patient & ensuring best practice in the use of NEWS2

    This conference focuses on recognising and responding to the deteriorating patient and ensuring best practice in the use of NEWS2. The conference will include national developments, including the recent recommendations on NEWS2 and Covid-19, and implementing the recommendations from the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch Report Investigation into recognising and responding to critically unwell

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    Jun 21

    The Caldicott Guardian & principles in primary care

    This conference will be chaired and has been produced in association with Christopher Fincken, past Chair and member of, The UK Caldicott Guardian Council, and will include national developments and local case studies in information sharing and the role of the Caldicott Guardian in primary care. The conference aims to bring current and aspiring Caldicott Guardians together to understand curre

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    Jun 24

    HSSIB: Demystifying thematic analysis

    This is for those in NHS Trusts in England only. This session will provide an opportunity to ‘have a go’ and discuss some of the challenges and practical aspects of using thematic analysis for the purpose of learning from patient safety issues. Learning objectives: Define thematic analysis and its key concepts. Understand the relevance of using thematic analysis in the context

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    Jun 26

    SafetyNet Seminar: Where we are and where we are going with Dr Tracey Herlihey

    Wednesday 26 June at 12.00pm – 13.00 (online)            Where we are and where we are going? Delivered by Dr Tracey Herlihey, Deputy Director of Patient Safety (Digital), NHS England. This seminar focuses on the Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF). Click here to reserve your place

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    Jun 27
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    Shared Health Foundation: Doctors in deprivation training day

    Good health should be shared with all. It should not be damaged by social or economic disadvantage. Shared Health Foundation is inviting any GP or clinical lead who is working in the deep end of medicine to join its annual Doctors in Deprivation Training Day. The day aims to inspire, challenge, encourage and most importantly help participants find their tribe of other clinicians working in ar


    • Earl Business Centre, OL8 2PF
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    Jun 28

    A practical guide to implementing and embedding PSIRF

    The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) is the NHS’s approach to developing and maintaining effective systems and processes for responding to patient safety incidents and ensuring learning and improvement in patient safety. This national conference looks at the practicalities of implementing and using PSIRF. The day will provide an update on best practice in incident investigat

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