3rd symposium on 'Patient Powered Safety'

Together with Bangor University we are hosting the 3rd symposium on 'Patient Powered Safety' on the 21st of May 2021: What do adverse events look like from the perspective of the patient? And what tools are available to enable patients to support our efforts to provide safe care in an increasingly strained environment?

We have expert speakers from the US, Australia, Canada, Sweden, Norway (and the UK) to give insights into innovative new solutions and hopefully stimulate a lively debate about the delivery of healthcare in year one post-COVID. The event has approval from the Royal College of Physicians for 6 CPD points.

For those of you that want to share ideas or experiences: please submit and abstract and attend for free! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/AbstractPPS21

Please find attached the programme (with a link to the booking site Eventbrite).

Patient Powered Safety Bangor 21May21
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