21 Nov 2018
Reducing Avoidable Harm in Your Care Home
The LifeCentre, 235 Washway Road, Sale, M33 4BP
Wednesday 21 November, 2018, 10am - 2pm
A FREE interactive workshop for care home staff and managers.
Join the discussion with Greater Manchester and Eastern Cheshire Patient Safety Collaborative to explore how to provide better and safer care for individuals in care homes across the entire region.
- What aspects of care could be improved within your care home?
- What challenges do you face in delivering safer care?
- How can you improve the care and wellbeing of residents in your care?
Lunch will be provided.
To register or for more information contact the Greater Manchester Patient Safety Collaborative
Telephone: 0161 509 3851
The Greater Manchester Patient Safety Collaborative is a joint initiative funded and coordinated by NHS Improvement and delivered by Health innovation Manchester. The PSC can work directly with local teams, supporting them to make sure they have the right skills and resources to implement improvements. The PSC can also share good practice across the health system, focus on people-centred care and build relationships with NHS staff, business and academia to stimulate innovation and improvement.
The PSC focuses on three national areas of work:
- Deteriorating Patient: To reduce harm and enhance the outcomes and experience of patients who are deteriorating.
- Culture and Leadership: To help create the conditions that will enable healthcare organisations to nurture and develop a culture of safety.
- Maternity and Neonatal: To improve maternity and neonatal care, specifically reducing the rate of stillbirth, neonatal death and brain injuries occurring during or soon after birth by 20% by 2020.
The PSC has been set up to support, connect and provide initiatives and activities to drive improvement and ensure patient safety is embedded throughout the Greater Manchester and Eastern Cheshire health and social care community.