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Keeping people safer | One-day event for NHS organisations

Learn how to transform patient safety knowledge into practice                                                                     Open this email in your web browser

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Keeping people safer

Working in the gap between national strategy and everyday practice

Thursday 20 October 2016

Dear ,

This national event from The King's Fund and NHS Improvement will provide you with an opportunity to examine how your organisation can proactively achieve your patient safety aspirations and create a positive and strong safety culture.

The event is aimed at groups, teams and individuals from NHS trusts who are keen to have an opportunity to talk and think more deeply together about the critical issues you face as you work to keep people safer.


Speakers will focus on how to transform knowledge into practice

Professor Don Berwick

Professor Don Berwick

International Visiting Fellow, The King’s Fund and President Emeritus and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement

Suzie Bailey

Suzie Bailey

Development Director, NHS Improvement

Dr Mike Durkin

Dr Mike Durkin

National Director for Patient Safety, NHS Improvement and Chair, Independent Patient Safety Investigation Service Expert Advisory Group

Dr Suzette Woodward

Dr Suzette Woodward

National Campaign Director for Sign up to Safety, NHS England

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