About this event
We are pleased to announce that NHS Resolution will be holding a face-to-face national maternity conference, Collaborate to improve maternity care: respond to, learn from and prevent harm, on Monday 28 November 2022 at the Royal College of Physicians. The conference will run from 09:30am-16:30pm with registration from 09:00am. We will be inviting representatives from maternity teams from across England to our clinically focused event.
The conference will be co-chaired by Gill Walton CBE (CEO & General Secretary, Royal College of Midwives) and Professor Dame Lesley Regan (Non-Executive Director, NHS Resolution and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Imperial College London).
We will hear from a range of NHS Resolution experts including our Early Notification team.
Other speakers include:
- Professor Tim Draycott – Professor of Obstetrics, Bristol NHS Trust, Vice-President Elect, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)
- Dr Katie Cornthwaite – ABC Clinical Fellow, RCOG
- Mrs Pauline Hewitt – RCM Impacted Fetal Head Project Midwife & Lead Midwife for Delivery Suite, Gloucestershire Royal Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Dr Jo Mountfield – Vice President Workforce and Professionalism, RCOG
- Dr Dawn Benson – Parent/Investigation Scientist, Systems Safety Ltd
- Ms Jyoti Sidhu – Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, National Obstetric Clinical Fellow, NHS Resolution, Early Notification Scheme
- Professor Neil Greenberg – Professor of Defence Mental Health, King’s College London
Our programme is a practical exploration of maternity safety, in particular sharing learning from families and trusts through the lens of our maternity work. The full programme will be released closer to the day.
We would like to showcase the work of trusts within the maternity safety space through contributions to our poster competition. We are inviting each trust to submit an abstract outlining any quality improvement projects at your organisation, particularly relating to antenatal or intrapartum care. We will select a number of abstracts from those submitted and will ask the successful trust teams to create and send in a poster design before the conference. Successful posters will be displayed at our conference and delegates will be able to vote throughout the day for the best poster. If you’d like to enter the competition, you can find out more on this page.
Please find a virtual map of the venue here: https://www.rcpevents.co.uk/sites/default/files/2021-03/NEW%20RCP_location_map_V4_0.pdf
- Easy access via M40 and M1
- Car Parking: The RCP offers free parking to disabled guests by prior arrangement and is situated outside the congestion charge zone. The nearest public car park is a few minutes walk away (refer to the map)
The closest mainline train stations are:
- Euston station (15 mins walk)
- King’s Cross and St Pancras stations
- National and International rail services (5 minutes by taxi)
- Marylebone station (5 minutes by taxi)
- Regent’s Park station on the Bakerloo line (5 minutes walk)
- Great Portland Street Station on the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City lines (5 minutes walk)
- Warren Street Station on the Victoria and Northern lines (10 minutes walk)
The RCP recommends some hotels here.
Part of NHS Resolution’s maternity campaign 2022/25 #ImprovingMaternityOutcomes
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