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News and Presentations for todays Reporting, Investigation & Learning from Near Miss Incidents

Improving the learning from Near Miss Incidents in the NHS 
Alison Cameron
Patient Advocate, Adviser on Patient and Family engagement in Patient Safety and Quality Improvement, Imperial College Health Partners & Expert Advisor Healthcare Safety Investigations Branch
Alison is a graduate in Russian who ran international development projects mainly in the countries most affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in the former USSR. Her career was cut short when she was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after her colleagues were killed in the course of her work. The consequences included homelessness, multiple admissions to hospital and identity loss. She resolved early on to put her experiences to good use and in the process started to reconnect with the assets that being a passive recipient of care had frozen. She advises NHS, housing and social care organisations on how to work in genuine co-production with citizens. She is a frequent speaker at conferences, creates and facilitates innovative workshops for patients, carers and professionals and writes for publication.


Improving Near Miss Incident Identification and Reporting
Faisal Ahmed
Risk and Incident Consultant London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust
Faisal has worked in the NHS for 20 years. Having studied Psychology his work in the NHS has primarily focussed on Clinical Governance. Passionate about risk and incident management Faisal has extensive experience of working in both Acute and Community based settings as well as working with General Practices.
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