The ethos of Risky Business is to share everything we have learned on safety and improvement in healthcare and from those who operate in risky environments such as business, politics, emergency services, exploration, and sport.
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:
Director of UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
Opening and Welcome
Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer and Vice President, Chief Risk Officer at Children’s National Hospital Washington DC
The experience of six years of continuous real time video recording at the bedside.
Head of Orthopaedic Surgery at Boston Children’s Hospital
Real Event Analysis and Learning using live audiovisual analysis during surgery to assess non technical performance
Medical Director and Chief Executive at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital
Changing culture at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital
Medical Director for Clinical Operations at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Role of a daily physician operational leads in running a hospital safely and efficiently
Director of Programme at CHU Sainte Justine, Montreal
Closing the loop on follow-up and communication
Clinical Director of Operations at Sydney Children’s Hospital
Building a team to “think differently”
Medical Director at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Centre
How to be a rule breaker in a system of rule followers?
Chief Critical Care at Seattle Children’s Hospital
Physician & hospital management alignment – understanding the differing perspectives to achieve a meaningful partnership
young F4 racing driver who lost both his legs
Chief critical care at SickKids, Toronto and Founder of Etiometry and T3
Artificial Intelligence, trendy research or real value?
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
Abstract presentation: Applying Clinician Macrocognition in Designing a Clinical Decision Support Tool - The Methodology
Chief Clinical Information Officer and Chief Nursing Information Officer - Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children
An EPIC story
Consultant Paediatric and Neonatal Surgeon and Clinical Director of Alder Hey Innovation Hub
Alder Hey - Building a living hospital
Chief Medical Officer at Vancouver Children’s Hospital
Social media and twitter – potential impact on our teams and how do we manage this to protect our staff
Dr Fiona Reynolds - Chief Medical Officer at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital David Wessel – Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at Children’s National, Washington Katie Gollop QC - Barrister at Serjeants’ Inn specialising in healthcare law Nick Pigott - Medical Director, Intensive Care at Sydney Children's Hospitals Network Melissa Platt and Fred Platt – founders of Footprints4Sam, a Trust formed in memory of their son Samuel.
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.
Consultant General Paediatrician at Evelina Children’s Hospital
Supporting paediatric staff, children and parents to work as one resilience team
Nursing Information Officer, Lead Nurse for Infection Prevention Control and Lead Practice Educator at Great Ormond Street Hospital
The Gloves Are Off: Safer In Our Hands
Director of Critical Care / Renal Services, Red Cross Children’s Hospital
Running a hospital in the middle of a major city water crisis
Join us to hear and meet remarkable people behind the headlines who made a difference in extreme situations such as: The Grenfell fire, The Manchester bombings, The Novichock incident, The Thai Football Cave Rescuer and many more….
CEO at Great Ormond Street for Children NHS Foundation Trust
Opening and Welcome
British cave diver, specialised in rescue operations
The story of how we found and rescued the Football team
Cardiac Surgeon, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne
The lessons I take from caving to cardiac surgery and visa-versa
Assistant Commissioner, London Fire Brigade
Lessons from Grenfell – when is it appropriate to break “SOPs”
Consultant Emergency Physician, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Looking after the team after major incidents, Grenfell Fire.
Consultant Trauma Resuscitation Anaesthetist, Royal Stoke University Hospital
Lessons for pre-hospital triage and “when to break protocol” during a major disaster.
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon. Associate Medical Director, Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital
Lessons from the Manchester Bombing and supporting families and staff in the aftermath.
Research & Clinical Effectiveness Lead / HEMS Doctor, London’s Air Ambulance, Bart’s Health Trust
Adapting to a fluid and fast moving situation during a major disaster
Lead General Practitioner for primary care streaming, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Personal tragedy intersects with patient safety - what happens to the horse when the cart is put before it
GP, Lead Practitioner Health Programme, former head Royal College of General Practice
Why are doctors so unhappy and Supporting Doctors in crises.
Lt Colonel, RAMC and HEMS Doctor London Ambulance service
“In the line of fire” – applying lessons from combat situations to similar civilian crises
Leading barrister, “Top Ranked Silk” of the year, Professor of Law
Lessons to be learnt from large scale disasters like Hillsborough to intimate tragedies such as the death of an abused baby
BA Training Captain
Taking the fear out of flying
Member of the House of Lords, UK Parliament
Brexit – What now?
Presenter Radio 4 Week in Westminster
State of the Nation and its Leaders!
Former Medical Director at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and Head of the President British Orthopaedic Association.
Leading the national “getting it right first time” programme, successes and reflections
Partner, Schillings, Formerly U.S. Deputy Homeland Security Advisor to President Obama
Building coalitions and systems to proactively deal with crises
Paediatric Registrar charged with Manslaughter and her mentor and educational supervisor will be interviewed by BBC Journalist Deborah
Trapped by the system - what can we learn. The story of the tragic death of a young boy.
Entrepreneur, CEO, writer and keynote speaker
Willful blindness: at an individual and organizational level
Senior instructor at CSMART, Carnival Corporation’s Cruise ship Simulation Centre
Managing the risks of maritime accidents with due diligence and safety leadership
Former Harlequins Rugby Player and Coach
The story of Bloodgate from a player’s perspective
Executive Vice President and Vice President, Children’s National Medical Center, Washington DC
How a re-invigorated safety programme can save dollars.
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
Senior Vice President, Global Strategy, Starbucks
Starbucks’ organization-wide response to a racial bias event in one of their stores – what was learnt.
Director - NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) Implementation
Diversity in our workforces – How do we practically make this happen?
Chairman and CEO of Oxstem, Co-Founder the Map of Medicine and Doctor care
Emerging disruptive therapies for cancer
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.
Chief Hospital Design Officer, Cleveland Clinic
HEMS Consultant, Bart’s Health, London’s Air Ambulance.
Hyperacute resuscitation strategies: present and future
Neurosurgeon & prehospital medicine expert, St Mary’s Hospital and air ambulance.
Using technology to train and maximise bystander response in emergencies
Retired NASA Astronaut and American Engineer
Teamwork in remote settings of the International Space Station and Aquarius Undersea Research Base.
Former CEO of Lloyd’s of London
Leadership and Trust
Each team below will do a 10-12 minute overview of how they led cultural change throughout their organisation followed by 15 minutes of more personalised Q and A at each of the breakfast tables.
The Children’s National Hospital in Washington DC. Prof David Wessel (Executive Vice President), Mary Anne Hilliard (Chief of Counsel) and Dr Rahul Shah (Vice President for Medical Affairs and Safety)
The Washington DC team will give examples of programs they initiated with their board and with their staff that were most successful. For example their Board to Bedside programme whereby Board members go to the bedside in the units and talk to staff about their quality and safety work and what has made a difference.
Dr Jeanette Conley, (Executive Director Medicine Sydney Adventist Hospital), Prof Alex Sia (CEO KK Womans and Children's Hospital) and Dr Mark O'Brien (Medical Director, Cognitive Institute). Sessions to be chaired by Dr Fiona Godlee Editor-in-Chief for the BMJ. (Supported by BMJ and Medical Protection).
The Cognitive Institute and the hospital execs they have been working with across Australasia will talk about their programme of cultural change in staff behaviour to create a safer and happier place to work.