In each edition, we will be sharing learning from deaths, incidents, patient experience and what work is going on across the Trust to keep our patients safer, as well as celebrating achievements.
In care settings things can and will go wrong, but it’s how we respond and learn from incidents and challenges that defines us as an organisation and team. By sharing how we care, we can understand where we have succeeded or failed and how we can fall into positive patterns or break bad habits.
This newsletter is created by an editorial committee lead by Cindy Storer, Deputy Director of Quality and Governance and Tim Noble, Deputy Medical Director. Want something to feature next month? Contact Cindy.Storer@nhs.net and Timothy.Noble2@nhs.net
Sharing How We Care in 2019 (limited tickets, book now):
Next year’s event will take place 11 April at the Holiday Inn at Warmsworth.
Similar to the event last year, the conference will feature guest speakers, work and developments from members of Team DBTH and other informative workshops.
The event’s keynote speaker will be James Titcombe is a Patient Safety Specialist at Datix Limited. He was previously, from October 2013 to March 2016, the National Advisor on Patient Safety, Culture & Quality for the Care Quality Commission.His baby son, Joshua, died at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust nine days after his birth at Furness General Hospital in November 2008.
Find out more and book your tickets here.
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