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Monitoring & Improving Patient Safety

Thursday 11 December 2014
ICO Conference Centre, London

Monitoring & Improving Patient Safety

This event has now past, but there may well be news on the event including presentations and quotes from the day at our News pages here, a full list of our forthcoming events is available here.

"We absolutely should have an aspiration of zero harm healthcare" Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health recently spoke about the fundamental importance of improving patient safety "stressing the 5% avoidable error rate that translates to 1000 deaths a month stating that "this kind of level of harm is common in healthcare systems - why have we accepted this as normal?"

This conference focuses on improving patient safety with a particular focus on local monitoring of patient safety, identification of patient safety concerns and understanding how to move your service towards harm free care.

The conference will update delegates on national developments in patient safety including the development of the new CQC inspection system, the role of a local patient safety ombudsman, an update on the mortality monitoring review, developing internal inspection for patient safety, disinvesting in harm, leading your organisation to zero harm and harm free care and developing a framework at your local organisation or service for ensuring and demonstrating that care is safe.

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Also of interest:

Leading your Organisation to Zero-Harm
Tuesday 9 September 2014, London

Patient Safety, Incident Reporting, Investigation & Learning
Monday 2 February 2015, London

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