Venue: De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

This conference will focus on Implementing the July 2019 National NHS Patient Safety Strategy into practice at a local level. The conference will also discuss the role of Patient Safety Partners.

“Patient safety is about maximising the things that go right and minimising the things that go wrong for people experiencing healthcare… Our vision is for the NHS to continuously improve patient safety. Safety is not an absolute concept and has neither a single objective measure nor a defined end point. Rather, it responds to patient needs and system priorities.”

The NHS Patient Safety Strategy, NHS Improvement, July 2019

“Patient safety has made great progress since the publication of To err is human 20 years ago but there is much more to do. The NHS does not yet know enough about how the interplay of normal human behaviour and systems determines patient safety. The mistaken belief persists that patient safety is about individual effort. People too often fear blame and close ranks, losing sight of the need to improve. More can be done to share safety insight and empower people – patients and staff – with the skills, confidence and mechanisms to improve safety. Getting this right could save almost 1,000 extra lives and £100 million in care costs each year from 2023/24. The potential exists to reduce claims provision by around £750 million per year by 2025.”

The NHS Patient Safety Strategy, NHS Improvement, July 2019

This conference will enable you to:

  • Network with colleagues who are working to improve patient safety
  • Reflect on the role of Patients as Patient Safety Partners
  • Understand how to practically implement the NHS Patient Safety Strategy at a local level
  • Reflect on national developments and learning
  • Improve the way you embed a just culture
    Develop your skills in delivering a proactive safety culture and learn from things that go right, as well as go wrong
  • Understand how you can improve patient involvement in patient safety
  • Identify key strategies for effective Patient Safety Measurement
  • Improve learning from serious incidents and look ahead to the new Patient Safety Incident Response
  • Framework
  • Learn from deaths and understand the role of the Medical Examiner in improving patient safety
  • Ensure effective learning from clinical negligence claims
  • Self assess and reflect on your own practice
  • Gain CPD accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence
  • PLUS: There will be an opportunity to hear from Medled in the pre-conference supplier showcase session.

If you would like to book a place please go to the organiser’s website CHFG are pleased to offer a discount for tickets, please email info@chfg.org for the discount code.