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Learning From Adverse Events in Maternity Services – London – 27 and 28 February 2020

Speaker(s)
James Titcombe, OBE Course Director
Learning From Adverse
Events in Maternity Services
Emeritus Professor James Walker Course Advisor
Learning From Adverse
Events in Maternity Services
Sascha Wells-Munro, OBE Course Director
Learning From Adverse
Events in Maternity Services
Mr Michael Magro Course Director
Learning From Adverse
Events in Maternity Services
Louise Pye Course Facilitator
Learning From Adverse
Events in Maternity Services
Leigh Dunn Course Facilitator
Learning From Adverse
Events in Maternity Services
Jo Habben Course Facilitator
Learning From Adverse
Events in Maternity Services
Dr Ruth-Anna Macqueen Course Facilitator
Learning From Adverse Events
in Maternity Services
Dr Denise Chaffer Course Facilitator
Learning From Adverse
Events in Maternity Services
Start
February 27, 2020 9:30 am
End
February 28, 2020 4:30 pm
Address
7 Bedford Row, London, WC1R 4BS
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£240.00

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12 Hours Relevant for CPD

£240 for 2 full days of training, including lunch, tea and coffee. Please note administration fee charges of £40 per booking will be made for any cancellations as we are a not for profit organisation and will have incurred costs.

£210 for students. Use code STU30 at the checkout. (T&Cs apply.)

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Relevant For: All members of the maternity team including midwives, obstetricians, risk managers, maternity safety champions, bereavement support staff and all staff involved in quality/safety improvement.

This course is of benefit to all maternity professionals wishing to learn more about investigative processes and safety improvement.

Course Content

This two-day training course is designed to give attendee’s knowledge and skills in the following areas:

  • Understand all current national notification and reporting requirements.
  • To understand the principles of good incident investigationincluding human factors, systems thinking, methodology and tools.
  • Be confident and skilled in how to engage and support families throughout investigative processes (sensitively and compassionately).
  • Understand the principles of a ‘just culture’ and how to support staff following adverse events.
  • Write good, clear and effective investigation reports.
  • Develop effective and evidenced based improvement actions.

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