Patient Powered Safety Re-designing Care 23-24 May 2019

Updated: May 9, 2019

Hi,


How often have you heard this from relatives: "I just know that something wasn't right" - it is usually after something has gone badly wrong. Relatives, friends, families know their loved ones, and they pick up things that healthcare professionals might miss. On this symposium we will discuss with national and international experts how we can work with patients to avoid mistakes and deliver high quality care and where technology can lend us a hand. We have got approval for 8 CPD points and are covering several of the areas that are difficult to cover for revalidation.

It would be grate if you would join the conversation.


Yours


Chris Subbe



Info: c.subbe@bangor.ac.uk


CPD: 8 points (approved by RCP)

Prices: From £15 for whole event

(and £3 per session)


https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/patient-powered-safety-understanding-challenges-designing-better-care-tickets-53515870409


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