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|Start Time||Name Details||Location||Price|
|April 17, 2020 - 7:30 am||Unex Tower, 5 Station Street, London E15 1DACOMMISSIONED COURSEFULLY BOOKED||View Details|
|May 4, 2020 - 7:30 am||Cobalt Room, Conference Centre, Lewisham Hospital, Lewisham High Street, London, SE13 6LHCOMMISSIONED COURSEFULLY BOOKED||View Details|
|May 15, 2020 - 8:30 am||George Hudson Room, City of York Council West Offices, Station Rise, York, YO1 6GACOMMISSIONED COURSEFULLY BOOKED||View Details|
|May 29, 2020 - 7:30 am||Newham University Hospital, Glen Rd, London, E13 8SLCOMMISSIONED COURSEFULLY BOOKED||View Details|
|September 17, 2020 - 8:30 am||OxfordshireCOMMISSIONED COURSEAVAILABLE TO BOOK||£120.00||Add to cart|
In numerous reports investigating maternal and neonatal deaths, and avoidable harm, a great deal of cases involved an element of substandard care. Teamwork, communication, and interpersonal skills were cited as particular areas of concern.
The social skills of communication, team-working and leadership and the cognitive skills of situational awareness and decision-making are considered to be key ‘non-technical skills’ (NTS). Such skills are of particular relevance to the maternity care team, where multiple tasks are often required simultaneously, the woman is usually awake, and the clinical circumstances may be complex and stressful.
“Very beneficial day has prompted me to think more about mindfulness and to think about the impact of human factors.”
“Very valuable and relevant.”
The course will explore the vital role that nontechnical skills play in improving team working, communication and patient safety. The basics of human factors training for the maternity care team. It aims to improve maternity outcomes and staff satisfaction through development of individual and team human factors skills.
The course is ideally taught in a multidisciplinary setting and is relevant to all members of the acute maternity team including midwives, obstetricians, neonatal nurses and anaesthetists. It is also relevant for allied health professionals (AHPs).
A one-day multidisciplinary course that will focus on developing ‘human factors’ skills in the delivery suite, with workshops in the following pertinent areas:
97% rated quality of education as ‘Good’, ‘Very Good’ or ‘Excellent’.
98% reported that they would consider or intended to modify practice after seeking more information.