Events

 


SALG Patient Safety Conference 2017

 

Date: Wednesday, 22 November 2017
Venue: Manchester Conference Centre

 

Overview

The Safe Anaesthesia Liaison Group Patient Safety Conference will be held in Manchester for a day of valuable insight and engaging lectures on important patient safety related topics. The meeting will consist of lectures followed by ample time for discussion and networking opportunities for doctors engaged in clinical anaesthesia, pain management and intensive care medicine, and who have an interest in improving patient safety.

The event will also feature a trainee competition, including both oral presentations and a poster exhibition.

Be sure to join us for this essential patient safety event. For bookings details please see the RCoA website.

Lectures may include:

  • Standards and safety
  • The quick reference handbook
  • Resilience and safety
  • Learning from adverse incidents
  • Learning from excellence
  • What has happened to non-luer connectors?
  • Simulation for maternal safety
  • Patient safety in smaller obstetric units
  • The healthcare safety investigation branch
  • Clinical debriefing
  • Stop or mock before you block?
     

Abstract competition

Trainees are welcome to submit an abstract entry outlining a patient safety project that they have completed. Submissions will be assessed and the authors of the highest-scoring abstracts in the preliminary review will be invited to present their work orally. A prize will be awarded for the best short presentation (five minutes with two minutes for discussion), based on the presentation itself and the ensuing discussion. The next ten highest scoring abstract authors will be invited to present a poster.

Abstracts should detail a project or an initiative with interesting outcomes relevant to the wider audience, and demonstrate an understanding of current thinking and challenges in patient safety.

Please see here for details on how to submit an entry.

 

Manchester Conference Centre
Sackville St
M1 3BB Manchester
United Kingdom
53° 28' 26.5836" N, 2° 14' 4.002" W