18th May 2022

 

 

Speakers in 2021 (see recordings of talks below)

Sir Robert Francis QC
Keynote: The Patient's Voice

Lucy Watson  Chair of the Patients Association
Keynote: The Patient's Voice

Dr Matt Morgan

Intensive care doctor and author; his first book is CRITICAL: Stories from the front line of intensive care medicine

Dr Esther Murray
Health Psychologist and the first researcher in the UK to explore the concept of moral injury in medicine

Professor Russell Foster
Head of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology and Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute

 

An independent conference in our ninth year


hear from patient safety and quality improvement experts

enter our National Patient Safety Poster Competition

choose from an increased number of diverse workshops

 

 Who should attend?

 Doctors, nurses, midwives, consultants,
 AHPs, GPs, patient safety and quality
 managers, solicitors among others
.

 Poster presenter Rate £159

 Delegate Rate £229   Book here

View recordings of our 2021 plenary talks below

  Opening Plenary: “Writing, rounds and a rhinoceros”

  Dr Matt Morgan, author, intensive care doctor, lead for critical care research for Wales

  “Understanding Sleep: Biology to Health”

  Professor Russell Foster, Head of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology and the
  Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute

 “How to sleep well”

  Professor Russell Foster continues his talk including question and answers

 

  Keynote talk: "The Patient's Voice: the importance of the voice of the patient in
  treatment decisions and treatment concerns"

  Sir Robert Francis QC and Lucy Watson, Chair of The Patient's Association

 "Supporting staff wellbeing during COVID-19: a pioneering real-time staff
  experience programme"
  Anna Burhouse, Director, and Annie Laverty, Director, RUBIS.QI, Northumbria
  Healthcare NHS Foundation

  “Moral Injury and Psychological Wellbeing in Medicine”

   Dr Esther Murray, Health Psychologist

View recordings of our 2020 plenary talks below

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