The event focused on the following aims:

    • explore the organisational and system wide conditions that enable the safe delivery of care amidst increasing system pressures
    • learn how the SPSP Essentials of Safe Care are supporting improvements in safety
    • provide a forum for leaders and teams working across all aspects of SPSP to come together to share and learn.

Presentations and resources from the event are available on the links below 

Breakout speakers and chairs:

Breakout 1: Person-centred approaches to safe care

Person Centred Care, Jennifer Rodgers MBE, Deputy Nurse Director for Corporate & Community Services, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
500 Patient Safety Climate Tool Interviews, Gordon McInnes, Mental Health Network Greater Glasgow
Care Navigation in General Practice, Fiona McGirr, Improvement Advisor, Healthcare Improvement Scotland

Breakout 2: Leadership to promote a culture of safety

Creating the Conditions for Safe Care, Janice Gibson, Associate Director for OD, Leadership and Learning, NHS Education for Scotland
Leading with a Focus on Safe Care, Gillian McAulay, Nurse Director Acute Services, NHS Lothian
When 2 Worlds Collaborate it all "Falls" into Place, Stephanie Frearson, Quality Improvement (QI) Lead for Acute Services, NHS Ayrshire & Arran and Jen Pennycook Chief Nurse Excellence in Care and Professional Development, NHS Ayrshire & Arran

Breakout 3: Safe Communications, Safe Care

John Harden, Deputy National Clinical Director, Scottish Government
A Healing Experience, Dr Louise Kellison, Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, NHS Lanarkshire
Huddling for Safety, Meghan Bateson, Senior Improvement Advisor, Healthcare Improvement Scotland

Breakout 4: Clinical & care processes: improving patient safety in a complex system

Eddie Docherty, Executive Nurse Director and Deputy Chief Executive, NHS Lanarkshire
Safe Clinical and Care Processes, Dr Lynsey Still, Consultant Neonatologist, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and MCQIC National Neonatal Clinical Lead
From Observation to Intervention: An AHP Approach, Julie Shaw, Lead Forensic Occupational Therapist, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde Secure Service