Summary: A 2 day course where you will learn how to apply new concepts about safety to improve the quality of care.
Provider: Centre for Applied Resilience in Healthcare (CARe) at King’s College London
Location: Rotating locations – previous courses held London, Bristol and Birmingham
Duration: 2 days
Knowledge/experience needed: None
Who should attend?
Healthcare practitioners, managers, quality improvement specialists, academics.
Why should you attend?
Learn how to apply new concepts about safety to improve the quality of care.
What will you learn?
Theoretical and conceptual basis of Safety II, practical tools and methods, latest research, gain input on your own work from Safety II experts.
Increased knowledge and skills.
Theory and concepts, FRAM for analysing complex systems, Resilience Analysis Grid for empowering staff to improve, CARe methods for improving quality, latest research findings.
Meals and refreshments during the days and course materials. Option to join dinner at extra cost.
Our primary goals are to develop, implement and test interventions to increase organisational resilience, and to disseminate new ideas about safety throughout the NHS.