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Safety and Risk Management in the Neonatal Unit

Start Date:
Wednesday, 5 October, 2016
End Date:
Wednesday, 5 October, 2016 4:00pm
Speciality:
Pain Management, Pediatrics, Gynecology, Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, General Surgery
Website:
http://www.sbk-healthcare.co.uk/home/title/2157/safety-and-risk-management-in-the-neonatal-unit/

What is it about? In this interactive workshop, the workshop leaders will give their unique insights into why things go wrong in the neonatal unit. They will lead you through a series of simple, practical strategies and measures that you can put in place to minimise human error and improve safety and risk management without incurring extra cost. Why should you attend? Led by Dr Jogesh Kapadia, Consultant in Neonatal Medicine & Lead for NICU Risk Management at Luton & Dunstable University Hospital NHS Trust, with support from the Head of Clinical Risk & Governance and the Lead NICU Nurse, this day is a unique opportunity for you to learn from this pioneering neonatal unit.

You will leave with a host of innovative, practical ideas and strategies that you can use to start improving safety and risk management in your unit straight away. Key learning outcomes Improve your understanding of why things go wrong and how to prevent errorsLearn about the cost-effective, simple changes you can make in your workplace to minimise human errorGet expert advice on how to eliminate medication and treatment errorsFind out how to implement risk management initiatives that will transform safety in your unit Who should attend? Consultant NeonatologistsNeonatal NursesService ManagersTransitional Care LeadsCommissioners of Neonatal ServicesHeads of Clinical Risk & Governance Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities Have you considered sponsoring or exhibiting at this day? If you join us in 2016, you will be able to talk directly to this neonatal audience, build familiarity and take away leads.We welcome exhibitors and sponsors for 2015/2016.

Please view our exhibition page or contact sanjay.singh@sbk-healthcare.co.uk for further details. Working with your association or network If you belong to an association or network that is related to neonatal care, SBK would welcome working with you. We can offer your members or network a discounted rate and a link with your website here. Past Media Partners include Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Infant Grapevine, North of England Cancer Network and RCN - Emergency Nurse.

Current Media Partner includes CPDme. CPDme offers an easy to use interactive continuing professional development (CPD) portfolio builder and mobile application which has been developed by Health & Social Care professionals to make recording and managing CPD simple, easy and affordable. Please email Nichola.cadwallader@sbk-healthcare.co.uk for further details Past events The day builds on the success of last year's workshop Improving Safety and Risk Management in the Neonatal Unit.

Comments from the day included: Excellent networking opportunities, interesting getting other area's perspectives - NHS Grampian, Very good and very relevant, timely Chelsea and Westminster NHS Trust, Excellent, speakers very engaging and knowledgeable, Fantastic day, well presented and engaging - Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Really inspiring, lots of food for thought, can't wait to get started on new ideas/learning. Great networking opportunity/shared ideas - Scarborough HospitalView further details and find out how to buy the documentation for Transition from Paediatric to Adult Health Services

Location

Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel and Spa Redcliffe Hill,
Bristol,
BS1 6SQ

Organizer Details

Conference organized by SBK: Leading Events in Healthcare

SBK Healthcare is the leading provider of service delivery conferences, seminars and workshops for managers, nurses and clinicians working in the NHS.

Address:
10 Churchill Square, Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent. ME19 4YU
Phone:
01732 897788
Email:
nichola.cadwallader@sbk-healthcare.co.uk

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