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The Faculty of Patient Safety

The Faculty of Patient Safety was established in 2015 to set strategic direction on behalf of HEE NE in delivering the Patient Safety Agenda, in order to contribute towards the delivery of high quality compassionate patient care within the region. 

The Faculty of Patient Safety is focused on delivery of four major work streams:

  1. Human Factors.
  2. Simulation.
  3. Technology Enhanced Learning.
  4. Learning from Clinical Incidents and Never Events.

The HEE NE Faculty is a multi-professional, high level strategic group is responsible for directing the Patient Safety work stream on behalf of HEE NE.  Wider stakeholders and partners are involved in the collaborative and steering groups, such as representation from Patient Safety Collaborative, ASPiH, and link with the national work of HEE.  

The faculty will pull together experience and knowledge of human factors, its impact on clinical quality, the value of simulation, knowledge of regional services and networks, such as mortality and morbidity groups and their links and national initiatives in this area. It will deliver education based on the needs of our patients as well as curriculum requirements in order to improve local patient care.

Faculty of Patient Safety Chair - Jon Hanson 

Human Factors Lead – Dave Murray

Simulation Network Lead – Kate Williamson

Quality Officer – Davina Robinson 

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Faculty Of Patient Safety Events

Ramside Hall - 13th May 2015

A number of presentations from the faculty of Patient Safety Event held at Ramside Hall have been made available along with the full list of Poster Abstracts. Click on individual links to view.

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Simulation Based Training and its role within Patient Safety
Katherine Williamson, HENE Clinical Simulation Lead
Human Factors. Building capacity and capability within your Organisation
Dave Murray, HENE Clinical Human Factors Lead

Introduction to Department Core Management Skills Course for Emergency Medicine Doctors
Kate Williamson, Project Lead
An introduction to the PSC
Tony Roberts, PSC Interim Programme Lead

Introduction to Department Core Management Skills Course for Emergency Medicine Doctors,
Alan Platt – Project Lead
Supporting the Delivery of Patient Safety
The role of measurement, simulation and human factors in improving outcomes and delivering the AKI and Sepsis CQUIN

Bob Brown -Utilising improvement methodology to achieve sustainable change
Bob Brown, South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust
Resilience – The deteriorating Child
Rachel Agbeko, RVI, Newcastle

A Multicentre Approach  To Falls Prevention Within the Acute Trust Setting
Frances Blackburn, Head of Nursing, Freeman Hospital
The Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust