The complexity of healthcare demands exceptional skills in Leadership and Teamwork. It also requires that we can react to incredibly challenging situations at a moment’s notice. Our conference speakers have extraordinary stories to tell which address many of these issues.
“In the line of fire” – applying lessons from combat situations to similar civilian crises
Emerging Disruptive Therapies for Cancer
Looking after the team after major incidents, Grenfell Fire
Leadership and Trust
Why are doctors so unhappy and Supporting Doctors in crises
Lessons for pre-hospital triage and “when to break protocol” during a major disaster
What can be achieved by a whole hospital system change in cognitive behavior and safety culture
How a re-invigorated safety programme can save dollars
The story of Bloodgate - from a player’s perspective
Brexit – what now?
Personal tragedy intersects with patient safety - what happens to the horse when the cart is put before it
Taking the fear out of flying
Inspiration, Attitude and Resilience
Lessons from Grenfell – when is it appropriate to break “SOPs”
"Ultimate team work: translational research innovation using virtual reality and 3D printing to facilitate multiple surgical teams in 23 hour operation to separate conjoined twins "
Lessons to be learnt from large scale disasters like Hillsborough to intimate tragedies such as the death of an abused baby
State of the Nation and its Leaders!
Teamwork in remote settings of the International Space Station and Aquarius Undersea Research Base
Building coalitions and systems to proactively deal with crises
Adapting to a fluid and fast-moving situation during a major disaster
Diversity in our workforces – how do we practically make this happen
Using technology to train and maximise bystander response in emergencies
'Medical errors are an inevitable outcome of the human cognitive system working within the complex and sometimes chaotic healthcare system...'
'...lessons that I was able to take from the incredible collection of speakers at last year’s conference have proven invaluable...'
'...other industries would not countenance the error rates that are daily found in medicine.'