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SAFE/Stranded Project Final Workshop - 13-14 October 2010




     

Dates
Wednesday, 13 October 2010 - Thursday, 14 October 2010

Meeting Code
HRT1014

Location
Royce Hotel
379 St Kilda Road
Melbourne
Victoria
Australia



Please Register your delegates by 30 September 2010.

On Wednesday 13 October there will be two concurrent workshops:

HRT1014a – Deteriorating Patient Teams only

HRT1014b – Long-stay Patient Teams only

When registering please only select 1 of the above.

 

Delegate Registrations may be cancelled up to 6 October 2010, with a full credit of monies paid. After that date, no credits are possible. However, you may substitute a different person for those registered at any time. Hotel and airfare arrangements are separate, and may have different policies regarding cancellations and name changes. Please contact them directly.

 

 

NOTE: Delegates are responsible for making their own accommodation and travel/flight arrangements. Please see Accommodation information below. Please make you reservations by 12 September 2010 as all requests for accommodation after this date will be subject to availability.  

For further information please contact Bill Kricker [email protected] Bernie Mullin [email protected] or Pieter Walker [email protected]

 

 

This major Roundtable meeting is an optional activity for member organisations that have subscribed to the SAFE Patient Care program only.

 

Wednesday – 13 October 2010 - 2 Concurrent Sessions

HRT1014a – Reducing Harm from Deterioration

8.30-9.00am

Registration & Arrival Tea & Coffee

9.00-9.45am

Keynote presentations with question time:

Nicola Dunbar, Program Manager – Recognising and Responding to Clinical Deterioration, Commission on Safety and Quality

Stephen Ramsden, former Chief Executive, Luton & Dunstable on creating sustainable improvement program in hospitals

9.45-10.30am

Presentations from 2009 and 2010 SAFE teams on progress to date

Feedback session from experts and other teams.

(See attached template for presentations.)

10.30-11.00am

Morning Tea

11.00-12.30pm

Presentations from 2009 & 2010 SAFE teams on progress to date (cont’d)

12.30-1.30pm

Lunch

1.30-3.00pm

Plenary Meeting with other SAFE Group on “Why is this so hard?”

Brian Dolan, Clinical Consultant Health Roundtable

Pieter Walker, Consultant Health Roundtable

What are the barriers?

Why is improvement so hard and what can you do about it?

If I knew then what I know now?

3.00-3.30pm

Afternoon Tea

3.30-5.00 pm

Action Planning and Next Steps

Communicating results, planning rollouts for 2011 and ensuring sustainability.

6.30pm

Group Dinner – Dish Restaurant (at Royce Hotel)

Wednesday – 13 October 2010 - 2 Concurrent Sessions

HRT 1014b – Reducing Harm from Long-Stay Hospitalisation

8.30-9.00am

Registration & Arrival Tea & Coffee

9.00-9.30am

Big Picture Overview with latest data – Bill Kricker & Pieter Walker

9.30-10.30am

Presentations from Long-Stay Patient Teams on Progress to Date – New Zealand, Queensland (10 mins each) – (See attached template)

10.30-11.00am

Morning Tea

11.00-12.30pm

Presentations from Long-Stay Patient Teams on Progress to Date – WA, South Australia, NSW (10 mins each)

Reflections from the Teams: What good ideas have we heard from each other? How would we do things differently next time? Recommendations.

12.30-1.30pm

Lunch

1.30-3.00pm

Plenary with other SAFE Group on “Why is this so hard?”

Brian Dolan & Pieter Walker:

What are the barriers?

Why is improvement so hard and what can you do about it?

If I knew then what I know now?

3.00-3.30pm

Afternoon Tea

3.30-5.00 pm

Action Planning and Next Steps:

Communicating results, planning rollouts for 2011 and ensuring sustainability.

6.30pm

Group DinnerDish Restaurant (at Royce Hotel)

Thursday – 14 October 2010 - Joint Session with SAFE Project Teams

HRT1015a – Reducing Clinical Incidents

8.30-9.00am

Registration & Arrival Tea & Coffee

9.00-9.30am

Welcome and Overview – David Dean

Update on Aim Statements from 2009 Workshop – Pieter Walker

9.30-10.30am

Plenary Session: High-level overview of all initiatives

  • Good Practice Checklist – Pieter Walker
  • Long Stay Patients – Bill Kricker
  • Deteriorating Patients – Bernie Mullin and Nicola Dunbar
  • Trigger Tools – Bernie Mullin
  • Mortality Research – Rohan Cattell & Raj Behal

10.30-11.00am

Morning Tea

11.00-12.30pm

Concurrent Workshops in Three Streams: (Each stream will have a 30 minute poster display/walk around, followed by small group discussion of key issues). Note: New Initiatives in these areas identified in the Good Practice Checklist will also be included in these sessions.

  • Long-Stay (“Stranded”) Patient projects
  • Deteriorating Patient projects
  • Mortality Research projects

12.30-1.30pm

Lunch

1.30-2.00pm

Plenary Session – The Big Picture

Patient Safety – Lessons from the UK in building a patient safety culture – Stephen Ramsden

2.00-3.00pm

Poster Session – Governance Processes & Organisation-Wide Initiatives: Innovation posters from Clinical Incident Survey Sections A & B of the HRT Quality & Safety Checklist.

This session will include “Trigger Tool” posters from the initial teams that have embarked on this project.

3.00-3.30pm

Afternoon Tea

3.30-4.30pm

Small Group Discussion on Governance and Organisation-Wide Initiatives: Addressing key issues and identifying innovations

4.30-5.00

Hospital Team Huddle. What have we learnt? 

Hospital teams have time to discuss and consolidate learning from the day.

6.30pm

Group Dinner: The Olive Tree, 19 Park Street, SouthMelbourne

Friday – 15 October 2010

HRT 1015b – Reducing Clinical Incidents

8.30-9.00am

Arrival Tea & Coffee

9.00-9.30am

Reflections from Day 1: Participants reflect and discuss good ideas they want to steal shamelessly – Pieter Walker

9.30-10.30am

Insights on Reducing Clinical Incidents from RushUniversityHospital (Chicago) – Raj Behal

10.30-11.30am

Morning Tea & Posters:

(Innovation Posters on specific initiatives highlighted in the Quality & Safety Checklist)

  • Reducing Harm in Critical Care Areas
  • High Risk Medicines
  • Reducing Harm in Preoperative Care
  • End of Life Care

11.30-12.30pm

Small Group Discussion:  In-depth review of key issues: selected posters, hot issue topics etc:

Small group discussions based on key issues and selected posters.

12.30-1.30pm

Lunch

1.30-2.30pm

Action Planning and Aim Statements:

Each team to develop an aim statement & action plan of the one key idea/strategy they would like to implement.

2.30-4.30pm

Concurrent Technical Workshops:  Participants will have the opportunity to discuss practical implementation issues with the keynote speakers:

  • Mortality Reduction: Raj Behal & Rohan Cattell
  • Building a Safety Culture: Stephen Ramsden & Bernie Mullin
  • Long-Stay Patients:  Bill Kricker & Brian Dolan

4.30pm

Roundtable concludes

 

 


 

Accommodation & Travel Arrangements
 
Delegates are responsible for making their own accommodation and travel/flight arrangements.
 
The Royce Hotel has set aside rooms for the nights of 12, 13 and 14 October 2010 at the Conference rate of AUD$180.00 (Deluxe Room) including GST room only per night.
 
To receive this rate, Delegates should call Reservations direct during business hours Monday-Friday on +61 3 9677 9900 and mention THE HEALTH ROUNDTABLE Group Booking #5128.
 
Reservations that are made with the hotel are non-refundable if cancelled within 30 days of arrival.
 
To reserve one of these rooms please book before 12 September 2010
 
Requests for accommodation after this date will depend on the Hotel’s availability.