From:  "Improving Patient Safety & Care 2019" <>
Date:  17 Oct 2018 20:29:23 Hong Kong Time

Prof Ted Baker, CQC - Confirmed to speak




Improving Patient Safety & Care 2019
Continuous Learning, Measurement & Improvement

6th of February 2019 - RSM, London

As part of our ongoing series of conferences aimed at delivering key information and evidence based solutions in order to assist the communication and delivery of the NHS 5 yr forward view, Govconnect are proud to announce our inaugural Improving Patient Safety & Care conference taking place on February 6th 2019 at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.

This inaugural conference will assess how the NHS are making are currently making a difference in regards to improved safety and care and how it intends to do so in the future through a transparent constantly evolving patient centred system. It is therefore a must attend in the conference calendar for any one involved in the provision of patient centred services across the NHS, be that frontline, clinical or board level personnel.

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Speakers Include

Prof Ted Baker
Chief Inspector of Hospitals
Care Quality Commission

Prof Gillian Leng CBE
Deputy Chief Executive
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

Elizabeth Beech
National Project Lead - Healthcare Associated Infections
NHS Improvement

John Welch
International Society for Rapid Response Systems
Radhika Rangaraju
e-RS Senior Programme Lead
NHS England
Lucy Watson
The Patients Association

The conference will seek to positively disrupt the sector and provide a platform for both success and failures to be analysed. It will facilitate the sharing of ideas and plans for 18/19 and beyond whilst promoting new and innovative concepts, fresh thinking and strategic collaboration. With a focus on all post conference insight in turn leading to stimulated action. It is hoped this conference will enable all NHS employees to better manage safety and care across the system and adopt a whole system approach to achieving excellence in this regard.