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March 2017
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MCQIC Neonatal Care Networking Day 2017

Date:
06/03/2017
Join us for the next in our series of Neonatal Care Networking events. We will be welcoming professionals from all over Scotland to speak of their successes and challenges as well as share quality improvement work from across the country.

SPSP Medicines Reconciliation Summit

Date:
02/03/2017
The event aims to bring together leads for medicines reconciliation from NHS boards and national key stakeholders to:
1.       Share efforts to date supporting the testing, implementing and spread of medicines reconciliation across the health care system in Scotland.
2.       Learn about experiences outwith Scotland.
3.       Debate current challenges in the testing, implementing and spread of medicines reconciliation.
4.       Consider next steps for 2017/18.

SICPs Networking Event

Date:
07/03/2017

The SPSP Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) team at Healthcare Improvement Scotland hosted a half day networking event on Standard Infection Control Procedures (SICPS).

Presentations and flash reports

MCQIC Maternity Care Networking Event March 2017

Date:
14/03/2017
Join us for the next in our series of Maternity Care Networking events. We will be welcoming professionals from all over Scotland to speak of their successes and challenges as well as share quality improvement work from across the country.
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Measuring & Monitoring Patient Safety: Patient Safety Surveillance in Real Time

Date: 10/03/2017 to 10/03/2017
This conference focuses on measuring and monitoring patient safety in your service, including real time surveillance of patient safety concerns. Through national updates and practical case studies the conference will support you to develop the systems, metrics and culture to monitor and improve patient safety. The conference will have an extended focus on the patient role in monitoring safety, developing systems to capturing, and learning from Patient Reported Safety Concerns, and the use of patients in real time surveillance of patient safety issues. The afternoon will focus on real time patient safety monitoring around key safety domains such as falls, mortality, staffing and medication safety. 20% discount is available by quoting ref: hcuk20spsp when booking.(*Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Full T&Cs available upon request.

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