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    Jul 01

    PSIRF embedding webinar 5

    The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) sets out a new approach to learning and improving following patient safety incidents across the NHS in England.   PSIRF embedding webinars will feature presentations from NHS organisations and will focus on sharing experiences, adaptions and learning as the designed systems and processes put in place prior to transition are operationalise

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    Jul 03

    DISN UK Group webinar: Use of diabetes technology in inpatient settings

    This webinar for UK healthcare professionals will be delivered by DISN UK Group committee members. It will focus on using diabetes technology–insulin pumps, CGM, POCT–in the hospital. We will discuss and outline the newest JBDS technology guideline and provide the attendees with most up to date information regarding using diabetes technology when a person with diabetes is admitted to hospital

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    Jul 03
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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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    Jul 03
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    NHS Resolution - Pitfalls to prescribing better care

    The session will explore the system wide risks involved in prescribing through reference to clinical negligence claims from NHS Resolution and the panel firm, Hill Dickinson. Event programme The invaluable role of pharmacists Common medicine error claims Recommendations Q&A panel discussion Contributors Joanne Hughes – Partner | Hill Dickinson

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    Jul 04

    A practical guide to Human Factors in healthcare

    Aimed at Clinicians and Managers, this national virtual 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. The conference delves into integrating human factors into healthcare systems and processes, clinical decision making, healthcare system design, quality of patient experience, m

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    Jul 05

    Martha's Rule: A practical guide to implementation to improve patient safety

    This conference brings together leading experts at the forefront of Martha’s Rule implementation and offers a comprehensive and practical guide for clinical staff to seamlessly integrate Martha’s Rule into their daily practice. The conference delves into the caregiver’s perspective, principles and implications of Martha’s Rule, legal and patient safety considerations, effective communication strat

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    Jul 08

    Masterclass: Designated Safeguarding Officer Training

    This one day masterclass, facilitated by Glenys Hurt-Robson, Associate Facilitator, The Athena Programme will support you to develop your role and responsibility as a Designated Safeguarding Officer / Designated Safeguarding Lead / Named Professional for safeguarding in your organisation. It will enable you to understand one or both of the Child and Adult abuse investigation processes under Workin

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    Jul 08

    Restraint Reduction Network: Version 2 of the RRN training standards

    The RRN is currently developing version two of the RRN Training Standards. Over several months they have been hosting a number of events to hear from colleagues across sectors and nations to help inform the development of version 2 of the Standards. The next webinar will provide an update on progress to version 2 of the RRN Training Standards. Hosted by RRN Trustee Salli Midgley and RRN Train

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    Jul 09

    6th NHS virtual wards conference: NHS implementation and best practice

    The Virtual Wards Conference aims to bring together senior healthcare professionals, policy leaders, and industry stakeholders to examine and tackle key challenges in the sector. By fostering collaboration and sharing knowledge among NHS peers, the conference aims to improve the virtual wards sector, leading to enhanced patient care. This event serves as a timely platform to promote innovatio


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    Jul 10
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    Leveraging internal experts to prevent staff assaults

    Although healthcare worker violence ranks high among today's top patient safety concerns, healthcare workers continue to be harmed, and healthcare has been identified as the profession with the highest percentage of nonfatal workplace violence injuries. Over the last few years, a Pennsylvania facility found that assaults on nursing in their acute care organisation were more than double the nationa

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    Jul 11

    NHS Complaints Summit

    This National Virtual Summit focuses on the New PHSO National NHS Complaint Standards which are now being used and embedded into the NHS. Through national updates, practical case studies and in depth expert sessions the conference aims to improve the effectiveness of complaints handling within your service, and ensure that complaints are welcomed and lead to change and improvements in patient care

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    Enhancing Clinical Communications webinar - Safety for All Campaign

    Clinical communications and data sharing should focus both on the needs of patients and staff and safety to turn insights into better patient care. With the demands of patients greater than ever before, the demands placed on clinical staff have only increased in all areas of healthcare. Care teams need to work smarter with a quick and coordinated response to patient incidents by communicating crit

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    Jul 12

    Masterclass: Developing your role as a Senior Information Risk Owner SIRO

    This masterclass will focus on developing your role as a SIRO (Senior Information Risk Owner) in health and social care. Key learning objectives: Understanding the role of the Senior Information Risk Owner Identifying Information Risks across the organisation Working with others to mitigate the risk to patients, staff and organization.

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    Jul 15

    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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    Jul 15

    Creating outstanding care: Conducting effective mock CQC inspections

    An all-day immersive learning experience dedicated to enhancing your understanding and practical skills in conducting Mock CQC Inspections. Designed for healthcare professionals, inspectors, and facility managers, this masterclass is your ticket to understanding and navigating the complexities of the CQC inspection process. Navigating the intricate realm of CQC inspections is a vital skill in

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    Jul 16

    Duty of Candour

    This course will explain and discuss the statutory duty of candour in principle, in practice, and in context, using real examples of good and poor practice. Openness, trust and good communication are at the core of the relationship between health and care professionals and their patients / families. But the duty of candour is widely misunderstood, and often misapplied, which can leave practit

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    Jul 16

    Systems approach to learning: Patient and staff involvement in learning from patient safety incidents

    Training to support the development of expertise involving patients, families, carers and staff when things go wrong, in line with NHS guidance, based upon national and internationally recognised good practice. To include the duty of candour and ‘being open’ principles. This course covers the end-to-end systems-based patient safety incident response based upon the new NHS PSIRF and includes:

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    Jul 16
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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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    Jul 17

    Oversight of systems approach to learning from patient safety incidents

    This training will support the development of expert understanding and oversight 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:

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    Jul 18

    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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    Jul 18
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    PSIRF learning response tools: Introducing a new AAR report template

    Since the publication of the PSIRF learning response toolkit in Aug 2022 healthcare providers across the NHS in England have been exploring the application of different tools made available for learning and improving following a patient safety event. After Action Review (AAR) is one such tool. In response to feedback from providers, NHS England, HSSIB and AAR experts have produced a draft AAR

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    Jul 19
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    AQUA: Creating a restorative, just and learning culture

    Restorative practice - learning culture, how do you create a culture where people feel able to speak up and be listened to. Freedom to speak up, enabling a culture where people feel able to speak up, governance, board assurance, Culture and Good Governance - OFLOG dept launched in July which will look at governance in local authorities. There’s been an incident in your organization. People ar

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    Jul 20

    Diagnostic safety in the era of digitalisation

    DakshamA Health is a non-governmental organisation, along with Patient Academy for Innovation and Research (PAIR Academy) is a patient organization that works to promote patient safety, patient advocacy and awareness. Our mission is to empower patients and caregivers with the right knowledge, tools, and forums to seek and access healthcare options that suit their needs and, through their voices, b

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    Jul 23
    Happening Today

    APPS Webinar 4 - Using data for patient safety research and improvement

    Organised by SingHealth Duke-NUS Institute for Patient Safety & Quality (IPSQ), this webinar features the distinguished speaker, Ms Melanie Leis from Imperial College London. The session will delve into the critical role of research in patient safety improvement, exploring qualitative and quantitative methodologies. Don't miss the opportunity to gain valuable insights and engage in a Q&am

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    Jul 24

    Identifying Restrictive Practices: Resources to support the Reducing Restrictive Practices Framework

    The Welsh Government, in partnership with the Restraint Reduction Network and Improvement Cymru, is pleased to announce this lunchtime webinar launching a brand-new coproduced animation and additional resources to support our work to reduce restrictive practices in Wales. In this webinar, co-chaired by Joe Powell, CEO of All Wales People First and Zara Newman, Welsh Government Head of Safegua

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    Jul 24
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    Medication without harm - How digital healthcare tools can support providers and improve patient safety

    Medication errors are a leading cause of injury and avoidable harm in healthcare, with an estimated 1.3 million people impacted in the U.S. each year. Preventable medication errors cost the nation more than $21 billion annually across all care settings, representing a serious public health concern, as well as an economic burden on our healthcare system. Join AHRQ’s expert panel of speakers to hear

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    Jul 24
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    TIPS QI National Conference

    The TIPSQI Annual Quality Improvement Showcase returns once again in a virtual format. This virtual conference is open to all foundation doctors in the UK. This is a fantastic opportunity to present your QI project as a virtual poster or oral presentation; hear about other projects in the region; and hear our key note speaker Dr Hannah Baird, the founder of TIPS QI, alongside being higher spe

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    Jul 31

    ICMR National Task Force: Safe and Rational use of Medicines (SRUM)

    To participate in the webinar, please use the following link:  https://echo.zoom.us/j/84588891736 

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