Sales Have Ended
Sales Have Ended
Paediatric Safety Conference
Innovations in childhood care
“The NHS could and should raise its game on personalised support for parents and their babies, better team working [and] better use of technology.” - Simon Stevens, NHS England
New technologies and analytic techniques are improving patient safety across the NHS in both paediatric and maternity care. As well has having a devastating impact on patients and their families, mistakes in early years care have the potential to cost the health service billions of pounds in the long term. In a single case, a child who suffered severe brain damage as a result of negligence has been awarded compensation that could amount to £24 million over the patient’s lifetime.
Join us for the Paediatric Safety Conference to explore the latest improvements in early years care and discover how new methods and technology can be used to safeguard patient safety and avoid preventable mistakes.
Benefit from insights into the latest developments in paediatric safety and how new technologies are improving outcomes.
Have your questions answered by leading experts in maternity and paediatrics.
Learn from examples of best practice and see how pioneering NHS trusts are innovating new approaches to early years care.
Plan ahead and anticipate how changes in health policy will effect on the level of care your patients receive.
Peter-Marc Fortune - Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, Associate Clinical Head (RMCH), Lead Consultant for Resuscitation & Simulation Services, Central Manchester University Hospitals
Julie Maddocks - Network Director, North West Neonatal Operational Delivery Network and Programme Director, NHS Cheshire and Merseyside Women’s and Children’s Partnership
Prof Paul Dimitri- Clinical Lead and Director of Research and Innovation- Technology Innovation Transforming Child Health (Titch)
Dr Derek Burke - Medical Director, Sheffield Children’s Hospital
Dr Richard Wilson MBE -Retired Paediatric Consultant
David Powell, Development Director and Exec Lead for Innovation, Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
Professor Tony Long, Child and Family Health, University of Salford
Professor Gerrard Armitage, Professor of Health Services Research, University of Bradford