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This one day masterclass will focus on teams working effectively and productively through improving the culture within Healthcare organisations. There will be a focus on how safety and culture is perceived by healthcare staff and how Culture relates to QI and Audit. The outcome of the day is to not only improve Safety Culture and Patient Safety but also Staff Experience and Staff Engagement.
Safety management systems seek to proactively mitigate threats to safety before they result in undesirable outcomes. Through the implementation of safety management systems, all those involved in safety can integrate their activities. This enables a prioritisation of actions to address safety issues and effectively manage resources.
Key Learning Objectives:
- Define culture within healthcare
- Understand safety culture
- Explore culture of quality improvement and audits
- Improve civility within teams
- Learn how to lead cultural change
All Medical and Non-medical Staff should attend. This masterclass is aimed at Clinical Staff, Team Managers, Senior Management.
The course is facilitated by Perbinder Grewal, a General & Vascular Surgeon, Human Factors & Patient Safety Trainer, and Emotional Intelligence Practitioner; leads on medical education both locally and nationally; Member of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh; formerly lead for e-learning for healthcare for the Royal College of Surgeons of England; experienced trainer and coach who uses new insights to develop patient safety, staff engagement and psychological safety; has Postgraduate Certificates in Leadership and Coaching. Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/perbindergrewal
Feedback from previous masterclasses facilitated by Perbinder includes: “Perbinder is very insightful in the way he talks about all the specified topics like Motivation, Psychological Safety, Workplace cultures, Resilience, Mental Toughness and how that can all be connected to each other in relation to changing staff behaviours and attitudes"