Events

  • NIHR CLAHRC Northwest London Winter Collaborative Learning Event

    04 February 2015

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Regents Park, London

    Our collaborative learning events aim to foster dialogue and shared learning amongst clinicians, patients and researchers leading quality improvement in Northwest London. The day features a stimulating mix of keynote speakers, workshops and interactive learning sessions and a number of opportunities for you to network with other delegates and meet the teams involved in our projects in Early Years, Breathlessness, Frailty and Mental and Physical Wellbeing.
     
    At this event we will be exploring how to work across organisational and professional boundaries in quality improvement initiatives.  You will hear from:

    • Aiden Halligan – Director of Well North and Principal of the NHS Staff College for leadership development, who will share thoughts on the benefits of teamwork
    • Jocelyn Cornwell – Director, Point of Care Foundation, who will reflect on the challenges and benefits to staff on working between research and clinical practice
    • Finbarr Martin –Consultant Geriatrician, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust  and Hon. Professor of Medical Gerontology, Kings College London, who will reflect on bringing together research and clinical practice from a frailty perspective
    • Breathlessness, Frailty and Early Years project teams presenting updates on progress so far

    A series of interactive sessions will enable shared learning on:

    • Engaging stakeholders
    • The Collaboration for Leadership in  Applied Health Research and Care Northwest London (CLAHRC NWL) systematic approach to quality improvement
    • Mental and Physical Wellbeing and Quality Improvement
    • The Exchange Network
    • Using the Web Improvement Support for Healthcare

     
    Whether you are a participant in any of the CLAHRC themes or projects, a member of the CLAHRC Fellows or Alumni, or interested in other quality improvement and research projects in Northwest London, you are welcome to join us at this free event.

    Register here.

  • Human Factors in Extremis: Capturing the lessons of the frontline - open seminar

    06 March 2015

    Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham

    The last decade has seen unprecedented improvements in the management of battlefield trauma. A major reason for this has been the attention to communication, followership, simulation and team training so that professionals can continue to perform under the most austere of environments. This one day event – the ninth in our series of open seminars – will focus on the challenges of maintaining human factors under the most extreme circumstances. There will be opportunity to network and make contact with policy makers, practitioners and clinicians. 

    More information and registration. A copy of the provisional programme can be downloaded below.

    The seminar is organised jointly by the Clinical Human Factors Group, the NIHR Surgical Reconstruction and Microbiology Research Centre (SRMRC) and the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine.