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PIPSQC SPOTLIGHT
May 9

Written by: pipsqcblog
5/9/2017 11:33 AM  RssIcon

Will you be attending Risky Business (May 11-12, 2017) and Risky Business Paediatrics Day (May 10, 2017) in London, UK?

Risky Business is about sharing exceptional talks on managing risk and patient safety from world experts in a wide array of high risk industries, business, sport, and exploration.

The idea of the Risky Business Paediatrics Day (May 10, 2017 - Great Ormond Street Hospital) is to hear about some of the latest patient safety and improvement initiatives from many of the leading Children's Hospitals around the world.

HIGHLIGHTS:

Risky Business Paediatrics Day (May 10, 2017)
Kennedy Lecture Theatre, Institute of Child Health, London


- Professor Neena Modi
President, The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, London
Topic: The childhood refugee crisis

- David Cooper
Intensivist, Chief Safety Officer, Heart Institute, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, USA
Topic: One unit two unit red patient blue patient - Managing ICU patients when census is high but flow and expertise is limited

- Jeff Simmons
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Chief Safety Officer, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, USA
Topic: Managing flow and safety across siloes via hospital wide situation awareness and microsystem stress mitigation

- Philip Wilson
Deputy Head of Nursing, Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Topic: The hospital operations centre: Manage the hospital, streamline flow and capacity, safely staff the wards and cut costs

- Laura Schleelein
Medical Director for Patient Safety, Consultant Paediatric Anesthetist, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, USA
Topic: Now events in the perioperative complex - 7 years of learning

- Rahul Shah
Vice President, Chief Quality and Safety Officer, Children's National Hospital, Washington DC, USA
Topic: Real-time bedside video recording

- Tex Kissoon
Vice President Medical Affairs, British Columbia Children's Hospital and Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, Vancouver, Canada
Topic: The elusive bar

- Jeffrey Burns
Chief of Critical Care, Boston Children's Hospital, USA
Topic: Scaling best practices in high risk industries - The case of OPENPediatrics

- Ada van der Bos
Patient Safety Officer, Sophia Children's Hospital, Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Topic: Assessing technical and non-technical team performance

- Steve Kerr
Consultant, Alderhey Children's Hospital, Liverpool, UK
Topic: The power of habit with basics - hand hygiene, prescribing

- Terence Montague
Anaesthetist, Clinical Advisor to Risk Management Committee, Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin, Dublin, Ireland
Topic: The Second Victim

- Sara Hanna
Medical Director, Evelina Children's Hospital, London
Topic: Let's stop fighting over the children-conflict resolution project for a Children's Hospital

- Sarah Barclay
Director, Evelina Resolution Project, London
Topic: Let's stop fighting over the children-conflict resolution project for a Children's Hospital

- Harris Baden
Director of Critical Care, Seattle Children's Hospital, Seattle, USA
Topic: Burnout and effect on safety

- Neil Spenceley
Head of Paediatric Intensive Care- Glasgow Children's Hospital, Scotland, UK
Topic: Playing nicely in the sandbox, or not

- Sarah Newcombe
Deputy Lead Clinical Site Practitioner Team, Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK
Topic: Using technology to improve responsiveness to deteriorating patients

- Jeff Mainland
Executive Vice President, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada
Topic: Data Analytics: Healthcare's New Stethoscope?

- Peter Kim
Vice President, The Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation, Children's National Hospital, Washington DC, USA
Topic: New product innovation, development and introduction into clinical practice

- Peter Laussen
Chief of Critical Care, SickKids, Toronto, Canada
Topic: NASCARS, Simulation and Animation

- Peter Waters
Chief of Orthopaedics, Boston Children's Hospital, USA
Topic: NASCARS, Simulation and Animation

- Heather Duncan
Senior Paediatric Intensivist, Birmingham Children's Hospital, UK
Topic: Racing to improve early warning (McLaren F1)

- Horizon Video
Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, UK
Topic: Analogy of F1 Pit stop to handover of critically ill patients from cardiac theatre to ICU (Ferrari and McLaren F1 Teams)

- Craig Wilson
MD of Advanced Engineering Division (Williams F1), Williams, UK
Topic: F1 Teams Perspective - Engineering for success

- Guoying Huang
President, Children's Hospital of Fudan University, National Children's Medical Center of China, Shanghai, China
Topic:

- Helen Shortt
CEO, Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin, Dublin, Ireland
Topic:

- Sangita Reddy
Joint Managing Director, Apollo Hospitals, India
Topic:

- Mignon McCulloch
Director of Critical Care / Renal Services, Red Cross Children's Hospital, Cape Town, South Africa
Topic: Dangers of risky adolescent behavior - Transitioning paediatric patients to adult services

- Sanjay Malaviya
CEO, RL Solutions
Topic: Leveraging technology to gather feedback directly from children

- Patricia Paskins
Butler Trainer
Topic: Adapting royal butler household services to healthcare

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

For more information, please visit:
https://www.risky-business.com/london.php

To access the
Risky Business "Paediatrics" video library, please visit:
https://www.risky-business.com/talks.php?cat=PA

For questions or comments, please contact:
ich.events@ucl.ac.uk

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