Collaboration for safer and sustainable maternity care

Collaboration for safer and sustainable maternity care

Kennedys 20 Fenchurch Street London EC3M 3BY

Event details:


Time: 12:30-17:00

Cost to attend: Free

Organiser: NHS Resolution/Kennedy's

Event theme(s): Maternity

Event type: Conference

Event location:

20 Fenchurch Street

About this event

This is a joint NHS Resolution and Kennedy’s event aimed at Obstetric and Midwifery Leads, and Heads of Legal Services in the South East of England and London and will cover presentations on:

  • Claims data and overview case study

    Fareeha Durrani, Operational Team Leader, South East
    Ed Glasgow, Partner, Kennedys
    Caroline Latham-Parker, Associate Safety and Learning Lead, South
    Jayne Poole, Safety and Learning Lead (Early Notification team)
    Amrit Sewak, Senior Early Notification Case Manager
    Michelle Stafford, Safety and Learning Lead, South

  • Early lives-Equal Start, a place-based co-produced initiative to improve pregnancy and early parenting experiences of women and birthing people in East Oxford – Presenter: Dr Brenda Kelly, Consultant Obstetrician, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Community emergency skills training for midwives and paramedics – Presenters: Dawn Kerslake, Consultant Midwife SEACAMB and Kate Stringer, Consultant Midwife, Surrey and Sussex Hospital NHS Trust
  • Digital technology at Portsmouth Hospital University NHS Trust – Presenters: Gemma New, Clinical and Education Improvement Fellow and Quality and Transformation Maternity Matron and Charlotte Taphouse, Digital Lead Midwife for Maternity Services
  • A new era of obstetric emergencies through digital transformation. A multi-systems approach to innovation – Presenters: Caroline Lacy, Maternity Matron, Somerset NHS Foundation Trust and founder of ERA Systems and Michael Watts, NHS Doctor and Associate Clinical Informatics Officer.
  • Expert panel discussion.

It will be ideal opportunity to network as lunch and refreshment breaks are schedule as part of the timetable.

This is a free event and places are limited, so please do share with your multi-disciplinary team counterparts and register as soon as you can to secure your place.

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