Overcoming Barriers to Adverse Incident Reporting
Venue: Bolton Hospital
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Overcoming barriers to
adverse incident reporting
Royal Bolton Hospital UK
21 February 2006
Organised by the Lancashire School
of Health & Postgraduate Medicine, University of Central Lancashire
in association with the
NATIONAL PATIENT SAFETY AGENCY
Although the delivery of healthcare in the UK is generally safe and well recognised internationally it is inevitable that in complex systems things will and do go wrong.
All of us in any walk of life have a responsibility to try to ensure the well being of those around us. However this commitment becomes greater for those in industries and organisations where in our ever pressurised world there is an increased safety risk. Those working in such fields are actively encouraged to report incidents where harm has actually occurred or nearly did . But do they always do this?
There is increasing pressure because from April 2005 the new performance framework Standards for Better Health set out the level of quality all organisations providing NHS care will be expected to meet. With plurality of care and patient choice this will inevitably spread across all healthcare sectors
The First Domain – Safety clearly states that health care organisations must protect patients through systems that identify and learn from patient safety and other reportable incidents. Furthermore they are required to make improvements in practice based on local and national experience and information derived from the analysis of incidents.
In April 2006 Trusts will be expected to publish their final declaration stating how well their organisation has met these core standards over the previous 12 months; recording any significant lapse in meeting the standards during that period
This conference will provide the opportunity to hear presentations from internationally recognised professionals in the field of risk avoidance, clinical governance and safety in public health issues. The aim is to encourage a network of colleagues from a diverse field who recognise human factors in population safety and have responsibilities to advance the development of high reliability organisations.
At the conclusion there will be a session designed to take forward the next stage of our work
Who should attend?
The conference will be of interest to a wide audience including
o Doctors, dentists and healthcare professionals
o NHS managers for primary and secondary care
o NHS commissioners
o Independent sector healthcare managers
o Public Health professionals
o All those interested in ‘human factors’ in community safety
o Voluntary organisations
The cost to attend the conference which includes full documentation, lunch and refreshments is £120 plus VAT (£141.00)
For further details please contact Liz Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org +44 (0) 1772 893809
On completion of the booking form, payment may be made by cheque, credit card or direct credit transfer. On production of the purchase order by the delegate’s organisations or institution an invoice may also be raised. Receipts will be issued within twenty-eight days after the Conference
For participants from a country outside the EU, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Canada or the USA a payment in advance by cheque, BACS/money transfer with a remittance advice will be required. We do not take credit cards in these cases. International delegates are strongly advised to take out travel insurance. Unfortunately at this stage we are not able to accept or action e-mails or telephone requests for letters of invitation for participants other than speakers.
Substitution and cancellation
When delegates are unable to attend we would be delighted to welcome a substitution at any time. If it is not possible to notify us about this prior to the conference this should be done immediately on arrival. If necessary the booking may be cancelled in writing up to 21 days before the conference. Refunds will be subject to an administration fee of £20 plus VAT. After this date we will unfortunately be unable to make refunds on cancellations
All catering is organised with options to fulfil the requirements of vegetarians. We are in addition able to accommodate most dietary requirements and it would be helpful if these could be indicated on the booking form
The University of Central Lancashire and the Royal Bolton Hospital particularly welcomes delegates with special needs. All buildings have wheelchair access and various other special facilities. We are happy to clarify these before booking
Details about accommodation in the Bolton area can be found on the conference website www.uclan.ac.uk/facs/health/bdu/events/conferences.htm or contact Liz Kelly at email@example.com
At the end of the Conference you will be invited to complete an evaluation form. To ensure we maintain a high quality of service we very much welcome your comments and suggestions. We would ask that you take a few valuable minutes to complete these details and return them to us if possible before you leave the venue
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Overcoming Barriers to Adverse Incident Reporting
Royal Bolton Hospital 21 February 2006
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