Follow all of the action with our live blog from the NHS Safety Thermometer ‘Classic’ Summit and Next Generation launch on Thursday 23 October 2014.
And the event is brought to a close by Prof. Maxine
Power. Thanks to all those that attended!
Sir David Dalton comes to the stage to give
a call to action to ‘sign up to safety.’
Berverley Wilson from Barking Havering and Redbridge
University Hospitals is presenting a case study on
the use of Safety Thermometer data for improvement.
Sammy Rokoszynski is now presenting a case study on the use
of Safety Thermometer data at her trust – North East London
Catey Bowles from Kent Community is presenting on engaging
front line teams with data.
The breakout sessions are over, some individual case studies will now be presented.
A Q&A panel chaired by Mike Durkin has begun. The attendees
here are putting questions to the Secretary of state
Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt, Sir David Dalton CEO of Salford Royal
and Eileen Sills CBE Chief nurse/director of patient experience
at Guy’s and St Thomas’
Patient Safety Briefing Video shown to the attendees and
receives a great reception.
Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt Secretary of state for health gives a great
insight on the effect of culture on patient safety.
Dr Mike Durkin, national domain director of patient safety
NHS England, steps up to give a talk on the national
Gill Harris Director of nursing NHS England North
talks about the ‘next steps’ of the Safety Thermometer
and tying together the quantitative and qualitative.
A great attendance at the NHS Safety Thermometer Summit
Kate Cheema urges the audience to look at their own
data and identify areas for change and improvement!
Dave Shackley clinical director of urology at Salford Royal
gives a ‘call to arms’ around catheters and urinary tract infections
Kate Cheema Specialist Information Analyst from the Quality
Observatory engages the audience with learning from the
‘Classic’ Safety Thermometer data.
Abigail Harrison Programme Manager at Haelo and Safety
Thermometer lead sends a special video message!
Ruth May passes over to the ‘real star of the show’
student nurse Charlotte Johnston.
Ruth May Director of Nursing NHS England Midlands & East takes to the
stage to talk about igniting large scale change.
And it’s begun! Opening remarks from Prof. Maxine Power
The Haelo stand is ready and welcoming visitors!
Getting ready to kick off the NHS Safety Thermometer
‘Classic’ Summit and Next Generation Launch #SafetyInNumbers