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RCPCH Conference - Quality Improvement Sessions (March 13-15, 2018)

Will you be attending this year's RCPCH Annual Conference?

The RCPCH Conference returns to Glasgow from 13-15 March 2018 for what promises to be an energising three days of inspirational talks, informative workshops and exclusive networking opportunities. The theme for the conference is "Children First - Ethics, Morality and Advocacy in Childhood" and there will be a selection of workshops and talks taking place throughout three days that will explore this crucial area. [...]

Situation Awareness for Everyone (S.A.F.E) - Dissemination and Spread

PIPSQC is pleased to announce the RCPCH has received funding to spread the learning from the Situation Awareness for Everyone (S.A.F.E) programme - and is looking for clinical teams from hospitals around the country to join the programme as they spread and scale up. [...]

RCPCH Conference - Quality Improvement Sessions (May 24-26, 2017)

Will you be attending this year's RCPCH Conference, taking place May 24-26, 2017 in Birmingham, UK?
RCPCH Conference is where paediatricians and child health professionals meet to share good practice, discuss the latest clinical issues and explore cutting-edge advances in paediatric research.
PIPSQC is pleased to highlight the following
Quality Improvement sessions taking place at the conference. [...]

Situation Awareness for Everyone (S.A.F.E) - Resource Pack

Safe System Framework for Children at Risk of Deterioration

PIPSQC is pleased to share NHS Improvement and the Royal Colleges have launched the Safe System Framework - the first ever guidance to take a whole-system approach to identifying deteriorating health in children.

Children in hospital are known to suffer harm if deterioration in their condition is not recognised and treated quickly. In the worst cases, failure to recognise deterioration can lead to severe harm or death. [...]