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Resource in Patient Safety Week updated 18 Nov 2014

Presentations from the perioperative harm-focused workshop with Dr James Bagian, held on Tuesday 4 November 2014.

Time
Session
Speaker(s)
Presentation
09.00am Welcome and introduction

Professor Alan Merry, chair, Health Quality & Safety Commission

Associate Professor Ian Civil, Perioperative Harm Advisory Group and Perioperative Harm programme clinical lead

 
09.10am Teamwork and communication for quality in the perioperative setting in New Zealand James Bagian Teamwork and communication for quality in the perioperative setting in New Zealand
10.00am Teamwork and communication for quality in the perioperative setting in New Zealand Ian Civil Teamwork and communication for quality in the perioperative setting in New Zealand
10.30am Morning tea    
10.50am

The WHO surgical safety checklist: successes and challenges

Presentations from Nelson Marlborough, Waikato and Auckland DHBs on their experiences with the checklist

Steve Low, Nelson Marlborough DHB

Katherine Foulkes, Waikato DHB

Simon Mitchell & Tracey Lee, Auckland DHB

Katherine Foulkes: The surgical safety checklist – an instrument for change (presentation given to title slide only)

11.35am Panel discussion The WHO surgical safety checklist: successes and challenges James Bagian, Alan Merry, Ian Civil, Miranda Pope (charge nurse manager operating theatre, Canterbury DHB and Perioperative Harm programme clinical lead), Leona Wilson (chair, perioperative mortality review committee) and Simon Mitchell  
12.15pm Lunch    
01.00pm Improving teamwork and communication: a proof of concept project Paula Halliday, PwC
Maggie Walsh, Lakes DHB
 
01.30pm Perioperative case studies (group work) James Bagian Perioperative case studies
03.00pm Afternoon tea    
03.20pm Building a safer perioperative system: next steps Ian Civil, Miranda Pope and Gabrielle Nicholson (HQSC) Next steps
04.00pm Conclusions Alan Merry, Ian Civil  

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