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Title

Patient Safety Forum 2017

Category

Academic Event

Start Time

3/20/2017 12:00 AM

End Time

3/23/2017 11:59 PM

Location

KSAU-HS - Convention Center

Main Information

The Ministry of National Guard Health Affairs in collaboration with the Deanship of Postgraduate Education will conduct the upcoming Patient Safety Forum 2017 on 20-23 March 2017, at King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences (KSAU-HS) Convention Center. 

 
Objectives:

  • Connect leaders, healthcare professionals and academic staff to create and sustain a culture for patient safety
  • Engage physicians and healthcare professionals to create a safe environment for care
  • Share and disseminate best practices in patient safety
  • Highlight challenges and gaps to implement national safety initiatives
  • Initiate collaborative projects
  • Create public awareness on patient safety
  • Establish and increase research on patient safety.

Target Audience:

Healthcare and legal professionals and leaders with an active interest in patient safety, quality, organizational development and health system improvement will attend the symposium.
  • Senior government representatives.
  • Quality leaders.
  • Professional association and licensing body representatives.
  • Healthcare organization CEOs and senior staff.
  • Physicians and healthcare professionals from all disciplines.
  • Medical directors of healthcare organizations and government agencies.

Dates:

  • Pre-Conference Workshops on 20 March 2017
  • Conference Date : 21-22 March 2017
  • Parallel Session on MERS 2015 Outbreak on 22 March 2017
  • Post-Conference Workshops on 22-23 March 2017

CME Hours: The Forum will be accredited by the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SCHS).


Workshops:

Pre-Conference Workshops
  1. Reducing Cesarean Section Rate ….Can we achieve?
  2. Instrumental Vaginal Delivery…Toward Safety for Mother and Neonate
  3. Patient Safety Affected by Media, Role of Health Workers
  4. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS)
  5. Role of Senior Leadership in Supporting the Infection Control Agenda
  6. Clinical Incident Management Workshop (CIMW)
  7. Guidelines Implementation Strategies to Enhance Patient Safety
Parallel - Conference Workshops
  1. Right Care Right Now.
  2. Patient Safety Affected by Media, Role of Health Workers
  3. Replace “I” to “we” Illness Becomes Wellness
Post-Conference Workshops
  1. Utilizing System Integration in Health Simulation to Improve Patient Safety
  2. Replace “I” to “We” Illness Becomes Wellness
  3. The Update GCC IC Surveillance Definitions
  4. Improving the Care of Mechanically Ventilated Patient
  5. Publishing Quality Paper Writing
  6. Integration of Simulation in Patient Safety
  7. Team STEPPS Fundamental Course
  8. Right Care Right Now
  9. SITE VISIT
  10. The Innovative Checklist for the Dialysis Centers 
  11. ER and Triage Area Visit 
  12. Cyberknife Facility in KASCH 

Site Visit

  1. The Innovative Checklist for the Dialysis Centers 
  2. ER and Triage Area Visit 
  3. Cyberknife Facility in KASCH


Deadline of submission is: Sunday, 22nd   January  2017

Please click this link to download the abstract submission form.

For abstract submission and information, please send email to:
patientsafetyforum@ngha.med.sa

For forum and workshop registration, please register online

For more information, kindly contact:
Symposia/Conferences Division
Deanship of Postgraduate Education , KSAU-HS

SCD Coordinator:

  • Tel. No. +966-11-4291063 / 84 91063

PTC Coordinator: (For workshops)

  • Tel. No. +966 11 42 91033 / 84 91033/91044

Important: For more information and updates, kindly visit the forum website

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