Sharing ideas on Risk, Human Performance, Teams and Leaders

Risky Business Conference, 6 & 7 June 2019
Crisis Management, Leadership, Innovation and Well Being

Come and meet the speakers behind the headlines. Hear from people who dealt with Crisis Management including The Grenfell Fire, The Manchester Bombing, The Novichock attack and the Thai Football team cave rescue.

Understand the relationship between human error and system failure. See the latest technologies used in CPR, surgery, stem cell & hospital design. Other topics include leadership & teamwork, staff well being and inclusion, diversity and the opportunity for all.

Risky Business Main Conference: 6 & 7 June 2019
DAY 1 - morning session

THAI CAVE RESCUE AND TRANSLATABLE LESSONS FOR HEALTHCARE

John Volanthen

British diver who was first to reach the 12 football players and their coach trapped in the Thai cave in 2018

The story of how we found and rescued the Football team

Professor Yves D’Udekem

Cardiac surgeon and Caver

The lessons I take from caving to cardiac surgery and visa-versa

CRISIS MANAGEMENT: LESSONS FROM RECENT ATROCITIES IN LONDON AND MANCHESTER

Assistant Commissioner Andy Roe

London Fire Brigade. Incident Commander Grenfell Fire

Lessons from Grenfell – when is it appropriate to break “SOPs”

Commissioner Dany Cotton

Commissioner London Fire Brigade, Woman of the year, Leader of the year.

Supporting colleagues and oneself after a major event - Grenfell

Dr Anu Mitra

Consultant Emergency Physician, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, CXH ED Unit Training Lead, CXH ED Quality Improvement. A&E consultant on call during Grenfell Fire

Looking after the team after major incidents, Grenfell Fire.

Dr Richard Smith

Consultant Trauma Resuscitation Anaesthetist, Royal Stoke University Hospital. Manchester Bombing – sole emergency responder.

Lessons for pre-hospital triage and “when to break protocol” during a major disaster.

Ms Naomi Davis

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon. Associate Medical Director, Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Lead for North West Children’s Major Trauma Network, Surgeon Commander on night of Manchester Arena Attack

Lessons from the Manchester Bombing and supporting families and staff in the aftermath.

Dr Mike Christian

Senior Research Fellow / HEMS Doctor, London’s Air Ambulance, Bart’s Health Trust. First responder on London Bridge terrorist attack.

Adapting to a fluid and fast moving situation during a major disaster and the importance of social media.

Dr Claire Parkes

Lt Colonel, RAMC and HEMS Doctor London Ambulance service.

“In the line of fire” – applying lessons from combat situations to similar civilian crises

Dr Christine Blanshard

Medical Director and Deputy Chief Executive, Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust.

Managing a Novichok Crisis – the longest major incident in NHS history

Professor Jo Delahunty QC

Leading barrister, “Top Ranked Silk” of the year, Professor of Law, represented families in the Hillsborough enquiry.

Learning from Public Enquiries after Major Events.

DAY 1 - AFTERNOON SESSION

WELL BEING

Dr Robin J Warshafsky

Lead General Practitioner for primary care streaming, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

The tragic story of Julien Warshafsky and lessons learnt.

Prof Clare Gerada

GP, Lead Practitioner Health Programme, former head Royal College of General Practice.

Why are doctors so unhappy and Supporting Doctors in crises.

Captain Steve Allright

BA training Captain

Taking the fear out of flying

LEADERSHIP

Lord Adonis

Labour party politician, academic and journalist.

Brexit – What now?

Prof Tim Briggs CBE – MD RNOH

President British Orthopaedic Association, National Director Clinical Quality and Efficiency, National Lead for the getting it right first time (GIRFT) programme

Leading the national “getting it right first time” programme, successes and reflections

Steve Richards

Political editor New Statesman, Presenter Radio 4 Week in Politics and Rock and Roll Politics.

State of the Nation and its Leaders!

Nick Fry

Former CEO Aston Martin and Mercedes F1 Team

Q&A: How would we have dealt with such a situation in the motor industry?

DAY 2 - morning session

MEMORABLE LESSONS IN HUMAN FACTORS AND SYSTEM FAILURE

Margaret Heffernan

Entrepreneur, CEO, writer and keynote speaker. Her motto: "Let's not play the game, let's change it."

Willful blindness: at an individual and organizational level

Captain Antonio di Lieto

Senior Instructor, Centre for Simulator Maritime Training, Carnival Corporation and Author: Costa Concordia Anatomy of an organisational accident

Costa Concordia: human factors and organisational issues

Tom Williams

Rugby player at the centre of the “Bloodgate” incident in the semi-final of the Heineken Rugby Cup

The story of Bloodgate from a player’s perspective

Mary Anne Hilliard and Rahul Shah

Chief Counsel and Vice President for Medical Affairs at Children’s National Hospital, Washington DC

How a re-invigorated safety programme can save dollars.

Prof Alex Sia KK Children’s Hospital Singapore

CEO KK Woman’s and Children’s Hospital, Singapore.

What can be achieved by a whole hospital system change in cognitive behavior and safety culture

CREATING GENUINE DIVERSITY IN OUR WORKFORCE

Yvonne Coghill, CBE, OBE FRCN (Hon)

Director – NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) Implementation.

Diversity in our workforces – How do we practically make this happen?

Beto Guajardo

Senior Vice President, Global Strategy, Starbucks

Starbucks’ organization-wide response to a racial bias event in one of their stores – what was learnt.

DAY 2 - AFTERNOON SESSION

INNOVATION AND DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES

Dr Michael Stein

Chairman and CEO of Oxstem, Co-Founder the Map of Medicine and Doctor care

Disruptive technologies and the future of regenerative stem cell therapies.

Professor Silvia Schievano and Mr Owase Jeelan

Professor of Biomedical Engineering, UCL and Consultant Neurosurgeon Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children

Ultimate team work: research innovation in virtual reality and 3D printing facilitating multiple surgical teams in 17 hour operation to separate conjoined twins.

Christopher J Connell

Chief Hospital Design Officer, Cleveland Clinic

Latest thinking & technology in hospital design to maximise patient safety & efficiency.

LATEST INNOVATIONS IN CPR & TAKING TECHNOLOGIES TO THE PATIENT

Robbie Lendrum

Consultant Accident and Emergency Medicine, Barts Health.

Latest innovations, developments and technology in CPR.

Professor Mark Wilson

Neurosurgeon & pre-hospital medicine expert, St Mary’s Hospital and air ambulance. Founder of the Goodsam Resuscitaiton app

Using technology to train and maximise bystander response in emergencies

LEADERSHIP, INCLUSION & OPPORTUNITY

Dame Inga Beale

Former CEO of Lloyd’s of London – first female in 328 year history. Beale was appointed Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in the 2017 New Year Honours for services to the economy.

Venue
The conference will be held at Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG