Patient Safety Forum

Theme: Spotlight on patient safety and healthcare professionals during the pandemic

Online

4-19 October 2021

from your home or office

Patient Safety Forum

CME-accredited 

Theme: Spotlight on patient safety and healthcare professionals during the pandemic


The Patient Safety seminar is a free CME-accredited virtual and interactive event for experts involved in adopting the latest best practices to enhance patient safety and deliver high-quality care.

Leading expert speakers from KSA will also discuss the adoption of best practices to eliminate avoidable harm in a healthcare setting and discover new insights & guidelines on academic and healthcare accreditation.


Scientific commitee:

Conference chair:

  • Dr Majdah Abdulhadi Shugdar, Director General Training Department, Education & Training Evaluation Commission, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Speaker faculty:

  • Dr Majdah Abdulhadi Shugdar, Director General Training Department, Education & Training Evaluation Commission, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • Hossam Ghoneim, Senior Healthcare Quality Consultant, Council of Cooperative Health Insurance (CCHI), Former Senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist, National Guard Health Affairs, and Former JCI Consultant, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 
  • Dr Noura AlNowaiser, Director of Continuous Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Department, Medical Services General Directorate, Ministry of Defense, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • Dr Amina Butt, Chairperson, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists IRC, Consultant obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Sulaiman AlHabib hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia  
  • Dr Fahad Al Aql, Arab Board in Pediatric (ABP), Canadian Neonatal-perinatal Fellowship, Consultant Neonatologist & Head of Pediatric Department, National Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • Dr Roa Altaweli, Consultant Midwife, Chairperson of Saudi Midwifery Group (SMG), Board Member of International Confederation of Midwives for Eastern Mediterranean Region, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Benefits of attending:

  • Recognize the adoption of best practices to enhance patient safety and deliver high quality care
  • Understand the additional measures surrounding maternal and new-born safety in the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Develop a strategy to mitigate clinical burnout for healthcare professionals
  • Understand how use of technology can improve patient safety



     

Key topics:

  • Strategies to minimise healthcare professional burnout  
  • Safe Maternal & New-born Care
  • Best practices to prevent avoidable risk in healthcare setting
  • Academic accreditation and hospital accreditation – it's impact & value on patient safety





     

Who should attend:

  • Patient Experience (Managers, Officers, Directors, Heads, Chief) 
  • Patient Experience Department/Affairs
  • Quality and Safety Managers 
  • COO, Operation Managers
  • Heads of Department 
  • CEO
  • Chief Nursing Officer 
  • Chief Safety Officer 
  • Program Manager, Patient Experience
  • Patient Experience Coordinator
  • Patient Advocate
  • Patient Relations Manager
  • Care Services

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