18th May 2022
2022 programme below
Dr Rachel Clarke, NHS palliative care doctor and writer
"Apocalyptic Medicine: Life and Death Lessons from the Covid Wards”
Dr Ami Jones, Consultant in Anaesthesia, Intensive Care and Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine, Aneurin Bevan UHB, Lieutenant Colonel, Army Reserves, Clinical Lead Consultant for EMRTS Cymru (Welsh Flying Medics)
“Maintaining patient safety when moving intensive care patients into a new hospital – how military and air ambulance experience informed the process”
Dr Stephanie Hill, Junior Doctor, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust
"How to turn your QI experience into a springboard for your career"
Dr David Grant, Simulation and Inter-professional Learning Lead for Medicine, Bristol Medical School, Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children
"Systems, safety and learning organisations"
Dr Claire Blount, Clinical Psychologist, Staff Wellbeing Psychology Team, North Bristol Trust
"How can we safeguard staff wellbeing post COVID?"
Poster Competition - Overarching categories: QI in Progress / Full QIP / Audit
Within the programme: parallel oral poster presentation session (in the morning and the afternoon) on a diverse range of themes - presentations will be in groups of 10 (presenters will each give a 2-minute presentation followed by judge-led Q&A)
Please select one morning workshop
A: QI - How to set up good quality PDSA cycles – Nicola Davey, Quality Improvement Practitioner
B: Legal - Medico-legal pitfalls – Dr Clare Sweeney, Medico-legal Adviser, Medical Defence Union
C: Equity - Equity in Healthcare - Charlotte Burrows, Programme Director Design, South West AHSN
D: Education - Implementing an insulin safety education strategy: Inpatient Diabetes Training and Support
Dr Kath Higgins, Consultant in Diabetes Care and Clinical Lead for Inpatient Diabetes Care at University
Hospitals of Leicester
Please select one afternoon workshop
A: QI - Using online tools to facilitate online QI collaboration - Vardeep Deogan, Quality Improvement
Practitioner, North Bristol NHS Trust
B: Legal - Duty of Candour – Dr Ed Farnan, Medico-legal adviser, Medical Defence Union
C: Mental Health - Pizza, positive engagement and plastic keys: delivering sustainable safety improvement
in mental health – Dr Helen Smith Consultant Psychiatrist and National Clinical Director Mental Health Safety
Improvement Programme and Kevin Hunter, Associate Director for Patient Safety, West of England AHSN
D: Product innovation - Person centred care - clinicians, patients and industry partnerships. Inspiring and
Involving - Dr Tricia Woodhead, Associate Clinical Director for Patient Safety at West of England AHSN and
Visiting Senior Research Fellow University of Bath
The programme may be subject to change.