A safety culture in healthcare is one where staff have a positive experience of psychological safety, teamwork and leadership, and feel comfortable discussing when things don’t go as planned.
Wessex Patient Safety Collaborative Safety Culture Event for System and Organisation Leaders offers a positive, safe and productive space for system leaders to share, debate and learn together as a peer group.
The facilitators for the day are Suzette Woodward, National Director for Sign up to Safety and Professor Jane Reid, Clinical Consultant for Wessex PSC and NED, Salisbury FT.
The programme will explore:
1) The context of safety and culture in healthcare in 2018/19.
2) Appreciative inquiry, effective communication and team dynamics.
3) Human cognition and its impact on human performance.
4) Accountability, professional values, risk and culture.
5) Resilience and psychological safety.
6) Local examples of personal and organisational experience.
The day is designed to stimulate sharing and debate, it is not a taught or theoretical experience. Participation, challenge and exploration are key components and the real life stories that you as system leaders bring will be key to our peer learning.
20th, 21st, 28th & 29th November
WHAT IS THE HEALTH INNOVATION PROGRAMME?
This is an immersive and interactive 4-day training course where you will develop your business idea, analyse your market and potential customers, develop a compelling pitch and look at funding strategies. It culminates with the opportunity to pitch to a panel of investors and healthcare experts, who will provide invaluable feedback for you to take your business forward. Participation in this event is free of charge and supported by the AHSN.
We are delighted to be hosting a free event focusing on quality improvement and patient safety in Primary Care.
Clinical and non clinical staff working in primary care are invited to join us for a day of sharing, debate and exploration.
Provisional speakers include:
Don Berwick (via video) - Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Martin Johnson - Clinical Lead for Chronic Pain, RCGP
David Griffiths - Clinical Lead, Time for Care Programme, NHS England
Usha Couderc - Clinical Lead for Primary Care, Wessex Patient Safety Collaborative
Simon Denegri - NIHR National Director for Patients , Carers and the Public in Research
Martyn Diaper - Head of Patient Safety (Primary Care) and Chairman of the Primary Care Patient Safety Expert Group NHS England
Nazmul Hussain - GP with special interest in Quality Improvement