The Philosophical Breakfast Club are honored to host the inaugural Exeter Patient Safety Conference on 21st and 22nd April 2016 at the University of Exeter.
The conference will be ‘TED style meets Virgin Disruptors’.
The international faculty will seek to promote collaboration, disruption and innovation by challenging the status quo as they share their experience as world leaders in their respective fields.
The key conference themes are:
Safety culture and cultural change – what does it look and feel like and how can we achieve it?
High performing teams – how can we create them and what behaviours do they exhibit to achieve long term success?
Human factors, Simulation and Quality Improvement for patient safety – how can we integrate these modalities into healthcare to harness their full potential?
Professor Erik Hollnagel – Professor University of Southern Denmark and Chief Consultant at the Centre for Quality Improvement, Southern Denmark
Professor Rhona Flin – Emeritus Professor of Applied Psychology, University of Aberdeen
Professor Ken Catchpole – Psychologist and Human Factors expert, USA
Professor Charles Vincent – Professor of Psychology, Medical Sciences Division, University of Oxford
Dr Suzette Woodward – Head of the national campaign – ‘Sign up to Safety’
Professor Ian Curran – Professor of Innovation & Excellence in Healthcare Education at Queen Mary University of London and Assistant Director of Education and Professional Standards at the GMC
Mr Garin Underwood – Sports Scientist, Teacher and Pilot
Dr Tom Evens – HEMS doctor and World Championship rowing coach
Dr Matt Hill – Consultant Anaesthetist and Clinical Lead for Safety Culture at Derriford Hospital, Plymouth and SWAHSN
Mr Tim Draycott – Consultant Obstetrician North Bristol NHS Trust, Health Foundation Improvement Science Fellow and creator of the PROMPT (Practical Obstetric Multi-professional Training) course
Dr Ian Randle – President-elect The Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF)
Dr Shelly Jeffcott – Human Factors specialist working with NHS Lothian
CPD approval from The Royal College of Anaesthetist – 12 points (reciprocal CPD points awarded by other Royal Colleges)