Exploring the role of evaluative research to support Patient Safety Collaborative’ s

Exploring the role of evaluative research to support Patient Safety Collaborative’ s

Thursday, 16 April 5pm – 7pm

De Vere urban Village, Swindon

Join us for an evening seminar to explore how evaluative health research can support Patient Safety Collaborative’ s to implement local improvements in patient care.

Patient Safety Collaborative’ s, launched in autumn 2014 and led by England’s 15 Academic Health Sciences Networks (AHSNs), which has been set primarily to deliver definitive and measurable improvements in patient safety over the next 5 years. They aim to do this by empowering patients to work with the local healthcare economy to identify safety priorities and develop solutions.

This joint seminar hosted by the West of England Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) and supported by the Nuffield Trust and the Health Services Research Network (HSRN), will examine the vital role that research has to play to support local decision making to improve patient care for communities.

It will be an opportunity for you to:

Hear from senior healthcare and research leaders in patient safety

  • Discuss the importance of ensuring that local decision-making is based on robust evidence
  • Learn how evaluative research can influence decision making to ensure that the most effective solutions are made to improve and sustain patient safety
  • Hear the latest, cutting edge research in this field to support care pathways to improve patient safety

Speakers include

  • Chair: Professor Steve West, Chair, West of England ASHN
  • Mike Durkin, National Director for Patient Safety, NHS England
  • Professor Justin Waring, University of Nottingham

There will be a drinks reception following this seminar.

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