Terminó hace 6 meses
24 de ene 09:00
24 de ene 16:30
Places are only available to Health Innovation Manchester (formally Greater Manchester Academic Health Science Network) member health and social care organisations who commission or deliver care across the Health Innovation Manchester footprint.
If you are unsure if your organisation is a member you can find out here.
As part of Greater Manchester Academic Health Science Network’s Patient Safety Collaborative Programme, this one day course is designed to support improvements in this area of patient safety across your organisation. Developing an understanding of psychological safety, working with patients and carers and ensuring people feel safe in an organisation is a key step towards driving a culture for safety.Who is this event aimed at?
This would benefit those who are leading and influencing patient safety and quality improvement in their organisations, including:
Patient safety/quality managers and/or leads
What will attendees learn at this event / workshop?
This session will help you to:
Understand, define and describe psychological safety
Discuss how to create psychologically safe environments
Understand the role of emotional intelligence
Becoming a learning organisation including from 2nd victims of harm
Understand the importance of working with patients and carers in all aspects of safety and quality improvement work
Challenge perceptions and build relationships with patients and carers to improve safety
Understand compassion and meeting / managing each other’s expectations
Registration is from 9:00am and the start time is 9:30am
Refreshments and lunch are provided
Events are free to all Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA) member organisations. In some cases, places can be paid for by non-members. If you’re interested in attending an AQuA event and are not a member then contact us at AQuA@srft.nhs.uk. If you are unsure whether your organisation is an AQuA member, please click here.
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