Challenges in Healthcare Supply Chain and Patient and Staff Safety Webinar

Challenges in Healthcare Supply Chain and Patient and Staff Safety Webinar

The Safety for All campaign has organised a webinar entitled Challenges in Healthcare Supply Chain and Patient and Staff Safety. The webinar will take place from 10-12.00 on Wednesday 30 March in partnership with NHS Supply Chain and Patient Safety Learning. It will look at the challenges in healthcare supply chain and patient and staff safety. As we emerge from COVID restrictions, it is timely to look back and forward at the challenges facing the supply chain in healthcare but also to ensure that safety for both patients and staff are prioritized amongst the other challenges facing the NHS and social care in the future.

The webinar will be chaired by Jonathan Hazan, Chair of Patient Safety Learning, and will feature a keynote speech from the Customer Engagement Director of NHS Supply Chain, Jodi Chapman. Heather will discuss Supply Chain’s role in supporting the NHS to deliver safe and excellent patient care, safety, sustainability, resilience and efficiency.

This will be followed by a panel discussion with representatives from supply chain, patient safety, industry and the MHRA and a further session on how human factors need to be integrated into the process of delivering safety in healthcare. Finally, there will be a case study on a patient and staff safety issue in perioperative care and how better procurement can help deliver better care and safety in infection prevention.

The webinar will be hosted on Microsoft Teams and the information can be found below:

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The Safer Healthcare and Biosafety Network is supported by the following organisations.

  • UK HSA
  • Boston Scientific
  • Stryker
  • Unison
  • RCN
  • phs
  • NHS Wales
  • NHS Supply Chain
  • NHS Resolution
  • NHS Improvement
  • NHS England
  • NHS Employers
  • NHS Confederation
  • iosh
  • HSE
  • CQC
  • BMA
  • BDIA
  • BDA
  • ABHI