Engineers' House to host first Bristol Patient Safety Conference
Engineers’ House in Clifton Down, Bristol, is to host the first annual Bristol Patient Safety Conference on 16th May 2014.
Engineers’ House in Clifton Down, Bristol, is to host the first annual Bristol Patient Safety Conference on 16th May 2014. Part of EEF Venues, the Grade 11 listed, AIM-Gold venue was chosen for its accessible location, close to the motorway network and rail links.
Key note speaker, Bristol North West MP, Charlotte Leslie, who has recently been appointed to the House of Commons Health Select Committee, will give a speech entitled ‘Professionalism in the NHS’.
One of the aims of the conference is to provide networking opportunities for those involved in patient safety work across the region. Individuals and teams from local hospital trusts, local healthcare professionals, and businesspeople who have innovated to improve patient safety will be talking about their achievements at the conference.
Delegates will hear from patient safety experts in fields such as obstetrics, clinical audit, patient safety simulation training, medicines safety and anaesthesia. There will also be talks on duty of candour and staff safety. For further information on the conference visit www.bristolpatientsafety.com
Martyn Bowen, venue manager at Engineers’ House said: ”The format of the conference is a combination of plenary talks and interactive workshops so we expect that it will be a lively event, with delegates making the most of our many break-out areas throughout this historic building.”
Engineers’ House is set in a scenic location overlooking the Avon Gorge and Clifton Suspension Bridge and has nine distinctive meetings rooms, with maximum capacity for 170 delegates.
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About EEF Venues
EEF Venues is a group of three AIM-Gold conference venues dedicated to meetings, conferences, team building, training and corporate events: Engineers’ House in Bristol; Broadway House in Westminster, and Woodland Grange in Warwickshire. For further information see http://www.eefvenues.co.uk/