Patient safety in acute cardiac care
Improving human performance under pressure
2017 date TBC
2017 rates TBC
Please email Sam Kiely (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information
Margaret Turner Warwick Education Centre
Royal Brompton Campus
London SW3 6LY
- The Duty of Candour
- Caring for staff after an incident
- Using simulation to train teams to better manage emergencies
- Gretchen Haskins is an internationally recognised expert in human factors, with experience as a USAAF pilot, advisor to NATO and Director of Safety at NATS, to list just a couple of her career accolades.
- Dr Rod Stables, Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital, is renowned as a pioneer in interventional cardiology, improving safety and patient experience, with a wealth of equally valuable experience from outside medicine.
- Emeritus Professor Charles Vincent, Emeritus Professor of Psychology and Clinical Safety Research, University of Oxford, medical sciences division. Quite possibly the world’s leading academic in patient safety research.
- Capt Phil Higton is a former pilot with British Airways, who has enormous experience in human factors, training and experience he has brought from aviation to the NHS for over 20 years.
- Surgeon Commander Anthony Lambert OBE RN and Marine Andy Grant RM tell the story of surgery from both sides of the knife; Surg Cdr Lambert has vast operational experience of operating in war zones and Mne Grant tells his story of being blown up in Afghanistan, many surgical operations and amputation.
- Dr Libby Haxby, Consultant Anaesthetist and Lead Clinician in Clinical Risk at RBH will speak from her extensive medical and human factors experience, about serious incidents and how human factors dominate every single one.
- Dr Libby Haxby
- Andrew Roberts