Quality Improvement and Patient Safety: Improvement Science in Anaesthesia Training

Provided by Royal College of Anaesthetists

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This Quality Improvement and Patient Safety event is led by Dr John Colvin (NHS Tayside) and Dr Carolyn Johnston (St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation) and will support the introduction of Quality Improvement and Improvement Science to the Anaesthesia training curriculum.

Combining lectures and workshops, the aim of the day is to build knowledge, insight, enthusiasm, reassurance and confidence amongst the training community to support the introduction and spread of systematic Quality Improvement using proven Improvement Science methodology.

The programme includes talks on ‘AoMRC Quality Improvement - Training for Better Outcomes’ and ‘QI Training: Creating Capacity and Capability’. We are delighted to welcome James Titcombe OBE (Datix) to deliver the keynote speech on the patients’ view of safety and improvement.
 
All welcome. QuARCs, Consultant Anaesthetists, Regional Advisers, Deputy Regional Advisors, College Tutors and Senior Trainees may find the day particularly beneficial.
 

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26 Apr 2017 London Book now

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