Second Symposium on Patient Safety at Bangor University 20 May 2020, Reichel Hall Bangor University 

There has never been a time where opportunities have been greater to transform healthcare than today.  At the same time the complexity of diseases and treatments is making it more difficult to deliver safe care.


Patient safety experts and affected patients and relatives will initiate conversations how we can make care safer with the power, insights and skills of patients.

We explore challenges to deliver safe care around key topics of co-production, shared risk and enabling technology.

The day is for healthcare professionals, health service researchers, service users, trainees & students, healthcare technology specialists, healthcare managers 

Check out the full outline for this great event here 

Quali-days North Wales

The second Patient Powered Safety Symposium is part of the Quali-days North Wales programme in May 2020 

You can find programme information here 

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