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Programme
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8:15-9:20
Coffee, Registration and Networking
9:20-11:15
MORNING PLENARY SESSION: Embedding a Culture of Patient Safety
9:20

Dr Jane Stockley, President

British Infection Association (BIA) (CONFIRMED)
10:45
PDFs

Professor Janice Stevens CBE, Managing Director

Health Education West Midlands (CONFIRMED)
11:15-11:45
Morning Coffee and Networking
11:45-12:30
Learning and Implementation: Master Class Session 1
12:30-13:15
Learning and Implementation: Master Class Session 2
13:15-14:15
LUNCH AND NETWORKING
14:15-15:00
Learning and Implementation: Master Class Session 3
15:00-15:15
Afternoon Tea/Coffee and Networking
15:15-16:30
AFTERNOON PLENARY: The Transformation Process
15:15

Dr Jane Stockley, President

British Infection Association (BIA) (CONFIRMED)
15:40
Videos

Dr Dennis Maki, Ovid O. Meyer Professor of Medicine

University of Wisconsin Medical School Madison (CONFIRMED)
16:20
Videos

Sandra Barrow, Programme Director,HCAI Technology Innovation Programme

The Department of Health (DH) (CONFIRMED)

Dr Fergus MacBeth, Director, Centre for Clinical Practice

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) (CONFIRMED)

Dr Dennis Maki, Ovid O. Meyer Professor of Medicine

University of Wisconsin Medical School Madison (CONFIRMED)

Dr Jane Stockley, President

British Infection Association (BIA) (CONFIRMED)
16:30-16:35
Chair's Concluding Comments
16:35

Dr Jane Stockley, President

British Infection Association (BIA) (CONFIRMED)

Comments   

 
0 #96 Alison CollinsHospital Infection Prevention and Control Lead 2010-10-07 19:31
Very informative day which will enable me to carry out my role as infection control lead. All speakers were good.
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0 #95 Linda BuddSister 2010-10-07 19:03
Very good
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0 #94 Neil PaulAssistant General Manager for Facilities and Clinical Support Services 2010-10-07 18:37
Very interesting and varied day. Although some of the topics did not apply to NHS in Wales, it was a very thought provoking day and I shall be taking ideas and information back to the workplace with the aim of applying where I can.
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0 #93 Alison TriggsWard Manager - Lead for Infection Control 2010-10-07 18:33
Very interesting, successful. Learnt loads, some good ideas.
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0 #92 Julie WattsTheatre Manager 2010-10-07 12:59
Excellent venue, toilets good. Catering fantastic. Staff on hand were very helpful and courteous.
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0 #91 Teju-Mola AsseezInfection Control Scientist 2010-10-07 12:55
Good informative day overall, very helpful team for the seminar. Well organised day.
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0 #90 Caron Eyre Associate Director of Nursing 2010-10-07 12:00
Venue very nice and polite and helpful staff. Directions from tube easy to follow.
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0 #89 Lynfa EdwardsLead Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist 2010-10-07 11:56
Very enjoyable conference. Lots of very interesting topics and discussion.
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0 #88 Laurel HirdAssistant Director of Governance and Clinical Practice 2010-10-07 11:33
Very well organised. Travel direction were very helpful and precise. Plenary sessions well structured. A very informative day overall!
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0 #87 Milton DcostaNewborn Hearing Screening Programme Manager 2010-10-07 11:23
Great venue
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0 #86 Emmanuel Addo-SunuInfection Control Specialist 2010-10-07 11:02
Very beneficial and rewarding event, speakers were proficient and resourceful. I look forward to attending more conferences by GovToday in the near future!
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0 #85 Simon SharpeFacilities Manager for Housekeeping Services 2010-10-07 10:55
Excellent facility, food, talks, networking and day. Thank you.
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0 #84 Alyson PrinceInfection Control Nurse Specialist 2010-10-06 13:14
Overall a good, informed, well organised day
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0 #83 Blessed Quansah Head of Infection Control 2010-10-06 12:47
Very good
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0 #82 Ruth EllenbyMedicines Management Pharmacist 2010-10-06 12:44
Venue and catering very good, most of the speakers excellent.
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