The 2nd North British Patient Safety Research Symposium

Presentations

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Keynote Speaker

Professor Aziz Sheikh
University of Edinburgh
The Scope and Potential of eHealth to Improve the Quality and Safety of Healthcare

Session 1 Chair: Dr Tanja Manser

Arfanis, K; Shillito, J
Lancaster Patient Safety Research Unit
Professional identities in a healthcare environment and its influence on patient safety perception.

Nao Kodate, Janet Anderson, Anneliese Dodds, Angela Adjaidoo
NIHR King's Patient Safety & Service Quality Research Centre
Using incident data to improve patient safety

R. Davis, N. Sevdalis., C. Vincent
Clinical Safety Research Unit, Imperial College London
The role of health behaviour models in predicting patient involvement in safety

Pat O'Connor
Head of Safety Governance & Risk/National Patient Safety Development Advisor, Scottish Government
Looking for harm in healthcare - leadership walkrounds

Cinzia Pezzolesi
Hertfordshire University
Prevalence and types of handover reported incidents in one UK general hospital

Laura Coleman
Lancaster Patient Safety Research Unit
Quantifying Distraction and Interruption in Anaesthetic Practice: a pilot study

Session 2 Chair: Dr Steven Yule

R Patey, S Ross, L Wisely, A Thompson
Division of Medical & Dental Education, University of Aberdeen
Development and introduction of non-technical skills teaching to the core medical undergraduate curricul
um

Glesa O¹, Alinier G¹, Sockalingam I², Hunt B¹ & Kaur RP²
¹University of Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire Intensive Care & Emergency Simulation Centre, ²East & North Herts NHS Trust, Lister Hospital
Multiprofessional simulation-based patient safety team initiative: Project plan and progress to date

Charis Marwick
Quality, Safety & Informatics Research Group, CPSE Division, University of Dundee
Design, implementation and primary evaluation of a complex intervention to improve the management of sepsis in hospital

Sukhmeet S. Panesar¹, Kevin Cleary¹, Mohit Bhandari², Aziz Sheikh³
¹National Patient Safety Agency, UK, ² McMaster University, Canada, ³University of Edinburgh, UK
Questioning the evidence? Bone cement implantation syndrome revisited through the eyes of a national database

Laura Ashley & Gerry Armitage
Yorkshire Patient Safety & Quality Research Group
Healthcare Failure Mode and Effects Analysis: Evaluating and improving the safety of chemotherapy administration on an adult oncology ward

Session 3 Chair: Dr Kathryn Mearns

Reema Sirriyeh
Yorkshire Patient Safety & Quality Research Group
Coping with medical error: The case of the health professional

Louise Hull1, Sonal Arora1, Nick Sevdalis1, Tanya Tierney1, Debra Nestel2, Maria Woloshynowych1, Ara Darzi1, Roger Kneebone1
Imperial College London1 , Monash University, Australia
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Factors Compromising Safety: Stressful Events in the Operating Theatre

Shillito, J; Arfanis, K
Lancaster Patient Safety Research Unit
Risk perception: How it is understood and lived by frontline staff in an acute setting

Jill Wilkinson¹, Steven Yule¹, Sarah Henrickson Parker1, George Youngson2
¹University of Aberdeen, ²Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital
Identifying the system strengths and weaknesses that influence intraoperative safety

Session 4 Chair: Prof George Youngson

Helen Wong, Andrew Healey, Damien Forrest, Hanieh Shirafkan, Charles Vincent, George Hanna, Nick Sevdalis
Clinical Safety Research Unit and Imperial Centre for Patient Safety and Service Quality, Imperial College London
Information needs in operating room teams: a structured interview study

W Craig1, J Ross2, H McFerran1, J Goodbody1, T O'Kelly1
Departments of 1General Surgery, and 2Medications Safety, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
Influence of Rapid Change Cycles in Improving Patient Safety on a Surgical Unit

JS Dreyer, I Bryson, B Irving
NHS Dumfries & Galloway
Incorporating the Safe Surgery Checklist (SSC) into daily practice

Keryn Pauley1, Rhona Flin1, Steve Yule1, George Youngson2
1University of Aberdeen, 2Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital
Intra-operative Surgical Risk Management

Poster Presentations

Benn J, Burnett S, Parand A, Pinto A, Iskander S, Vincent C (Imperial College London)
The UK Safer Patients Initiative: Understanding the effects of a large-scale improvement programme

R. Davis, A. Pinto, N. Sevdalis., C. Vincent (Imperial College London )
The use of video and leaflet in encouraging patient involvement in safety

Lisha Deng (Division of Medicine, Lancaster University)
Application of statistical modelling to Campylobacteriosis incidents in North Western hospitals

Louise Hull, Sonal Arora, Eva Kassab, Roger Kneebone, Ara Darzi, Nick Sevdalis (Imperial College London)
Observational Teamwork Assessment for Surgery (OTAS): Content Validation and Refinement.

Benjamin Lamb (1&2), James Green (2), Nick Sevdalis (1) [(1) Department of Biosurgery and Surgical Technology, Imperial College London, (2) Department of Urology, Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust]
Decision making in cancer multi-disciplinary teams (MDT's) - a systematic review.

Anam Parand (Imperial College London)
Frontline Staff versus Senior Managers: Perceptions of a Patient Safety Initiative

David E. Puga-Bolio (Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster Patient Safety Research Unit)
A Soft-Systems Methodology approach to implementing Patient Safety

M Raduma, R Flin, S Yule, D Williams ( University of Aberdeen)
A study of doctors' handovers in an acute medical setting

Harris Shah Abd Hamid, Patrick Waterson (Loughborough University)
Towards an integrated socio-technical framework for situation awareness and decision-making in emergency pre-hospital care

Sockalingam I¹, Alinier G², Boomers O¹, Glesa O², Kaur RP¹¹East & North Herts NHS Trust, Lister Hospital, ²University of Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire Intensive Care & Emergency Simulation Centre
A pilot simulation-based theatre team training course to improve patient safety

Helen Wong, Damien Forrest, Hanieh Shirafkan, Andrew Healey, George Hanna, Charles Vincent, Nick Sevdalis (Imperial College London)
Quantitative mapping of intra-operative and inter-disciplinary communications in open surgical procedures


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