Dispelling the myth-towards safer practice – Session 1: Seeking support for claims

Dispelling the myth-towards safer practice – Session 1: Seeking support for claims

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Time: 13:00 - 14:00

Event theme(s): Claims, Patient safety

Event type: Forum

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About this event

NHS Resolution’s Safety and Learning team in collaboration with the NW panel law firms, are hosting a virtual forum series on learning from claims to promote reflection and improve patient care.

The purpose is to raise awareness of the support offered by NHS Resolution and as your General Practice indemnifier along with the Northwest panel firms; Weightmans, Hempsons, and Hill Dickinson. This will be of interest to both clinical and non-clinical staff involved in patient care across primary and urgent care.

The format is interactive, with presentations followed by questions and panel discussion.

Event programme:  

  • Seeking support for claims | Hempsons
  • Q&A panel discussion

Contributors:

  • Patricia Roe – Partner | Hempsons
  • Dr Anwar Khan – Senior Clinical Advisor for General Practice| NHS Resolution

This is the first of a series of 4 events which will build on supporting you to manage and reflect on claims, by examining an illustrative claim in depth using approaches used in mock inquests and end with a review of system-wide risks involved in prescribing.

Please note and register for the remaining sessions:

 Session 2: Helping general practice manage and learn from claims part 1. This session will be led by speakers from Weightmans and NHS Resolution, and will explore the use of an illustrative case study learning from claims. Register here

Session 3: Helping general practice manage and learn from claims part 2. This session  follows from session 2 and will continue exploring the use of an illustrative case study. Register here

Session 4: Pitfalls to prescribing better care. This session will be led by speakers from Hill Dickinson and NHS Resolution,  and will discuss invaluable role of pharmacists, common medicine error claims and recommendations. Register here

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