The Clinical Human Factors Group is holding a conference on the impact of staff well-being on creating safety on 18th March
On 18th March 2021, The Clinical Human Factors Group will be holding a virtual conference on the impact of staff well-being on creating safety.
The Clinical Human Factors Group is a charity that works with healthcare professionals, managers and service-users partnering with experts in Human Factors from healthcare and other industries to campaign for change in the NHS and healthcare.
The conference will explore how for the delivery high-quality patient care, the NHS needs staff that are healthy, well and at work. Speakers at the event will examine how looking after the health and well-being of staff directly contributes to the delivery of quality patient care. Poor workforce health has high and far-reaching costs to NHS organisations and ultimately patients.
Confirmed speakers for the virtual conference include:
Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP – Chair of the Commons Health and Social Care Committee
Scott Morrish – The legacy of avoidable harm
Dr Suzette Woodward – Creating the cultures, conditions and values to help people work safely
Dr Henrietta Hughes OBE – National Guardian at the National Guardian’s Office – Speaking up, culture change and well-being
Prof. Jill Maben – Prof. Health Services Research and Nursing, University of Surrey – Staff well-being at work and links to patient experiences of care
Emily Smith – NHS Employers – the health and care workforce – supporting our greatest asset
Mark Young – Inspector, Rail Accident Investigation Branch – The impacts of team dynamics on rail safety
Ed Corbett – Head of Human Factors and Organisational Performance HSE – Sustainable health and safety improvement
Alice Hartley – Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh – Undermining and bullying – the impact on the team, the individual and the patient
For more information and to register for the event please click the following link: https://chfg.org/the-impact-of-staff-wellbeing-on-patient-safety/