Senior frontline clinicians from many of the leading children’s hospitals around the world will share their experiences of their latestpatient safety, improvement and innovation initiatives including:
The role of live video recording at the bedside, relationship of teams and their managers, when to break SOPs.
Other topics include Artificial Intelligence, twin hospitals, predicting deterioration and social media, breaking the deadlock between healthcare professionals and their patients, managing a hospital during a major city droughts and teamwork at the limits with the Red Devils Parachute regiment.
Vice President and COO – Children’s National Hospital Washington DC
The experience of six years of continuous real time video recording at the bedside.
Head of Orthopaedic Surgery – Children’s Hospital of Boston
Real Event Analysis and Learning using live audiovisual analysis during surgery to assess non technical performance
Medical Director for Clinical Operations – Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Role of a daily physician operational leads in running a hospital safely and efficiently
Director of Programme – CHU Sainte Justine - Montreal
Adapting to fewer and more junior trainees - changing the hierarchical pyramid
Clinical Director of Operations – Sydney Children’s Hospital
Building a team to “think differently”
Medical Director - Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Centre
How to be a rule breaker in a system of rule followers?
Chief Critical Care - Seattle Children’s Hospital R
Physician & hospital management alignment – understanding the differing perspectives to achieve a meaningful partnership
Young racing driver who lost both his legs in a horrific F4 racing accident at Donnington Park in 2017 aged 17 years. Now back racing and hoping to become a F1 driver
Chief critical care – SickKids – Toronto
Artificial Intelligence, trendy research or real value?
Consultant Paediatric and Neonatal Surgeon and Clinical Director of Alder Hey Innovation Hub - Alder Hey Children’s Hospital
Alder Hey - Building a living hospital
Chief Medical Officer – Vancouver Children’s Hospital
Social media and twitter – potential impact on our teams and how do we manage this to protect our staff
Experienced Barrister, Clinicians and Patient Family talk about deadlock between families and healthcare professionals and how they see solutions to improve this through understanding each others perspectives. Also different global perspectives presented on this issue
Director of Critical Care / Renal Services, Red Cross Children’s Hospital
Running a hospital in the middle of a major city water crisis.
Former Commander of Red Devils Free Fall Parachute Team
Plenary talk: Elite teams performing under extreme pressure