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Learning from deaths: overcoming barriers to learning in order to reduce harm

Learning from deaths: overcoming barriers to learning in order to reduce harm

Birmingham

Event details:

Date:

Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm

Cost to attend: Free

Organiser: Browne Jacobson

Event theme(s): Ambulance, Patient safety

Event type: Event

Event location:

Victoria Square House
Victoria Square
Birmingham
B2 4BU

About this event

This event is being organised by one of our legal panel firms, Browne Jacobson.

Browne Jacboson are delighted to invite you to their next Learning from Deaths forum.

In this forum we will explore the barriers to successful implementation of the Learning from Deaths Guidance and what you can do within your organisation to help overcome these in order to successfully implement change and improve patient safety.

In addition, we will look at the role of Medical Examiners and the new Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) which will replace the Serious Incident Framework, as outlined in the NHS Patient Safety Strategy, published in July 2019.

The session will have a practical focus with an opportunity for delegates to share good practice and may be of particular interest to those from Ambulance Trusts working to implement the NQB Guidance for Ambulance Trusts, published in July 2019.

Tim Shurlock from the Safety and Learning team at NHS Resolution will be discussing triangulation of data and how the NHS Resolution scorecard can assist in identifying learning from claims and help focus areas for improvement work

Event contact details:

Full name/department: Lauren Bradley-Greer

Email address: lauren.bradley-greer@brownejacobson.com
Telephone number: 0330 045 2848

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