The Baby Lifeline National Maternity Safety Conference

When: 22nd January 2020
Venue: Hilton Metropole Hotel, The NEC Birmingham, Pendigo Way, Birmingham, B40 1PP
Cost: £234 for conference only (£270 incl. drinks reception)

8am - 6pm on 22 January 2020
#MatSafety2020

The conference includes presentations and panel discussions on the following:

• The personal and national context of maternity safety
• Learning from mortality and morbidity surveillance reports, and confidential enquiries (inc. MBRRACEUK, Each Baby Counts)
• Learning from litigation
• Learning from investigations
• Informed consent
•Enhancing maternal care
• Fetal monitoring
• Saving Babies’ Lives Care Bundle
• Safety culture and quality improvement processes
• From the horse’s mouth: learning from local quality improvement success stories
• Key note: Working Together & Speaking with One Voice

Confirmed speakers include: Professor Lesley Regan, Gill Walton, Dr Bill Kirkup, CBE, Mr Michael Magro, Professor James Walker, Mr Eddie Morris, Dr Denise Chaffer, Sara Ledger, Professor Marian Knight, Katie De Freitas-Merchant, Dr Tony Kelly, Michele Upton, James Badenoch QC, Professor Marian Knight, Dr Felicity Plaat, Dr Ed Prosser-Snelling, Dr Susana Pereira, Dr Manjula Samyraju and Gill Phillips.

For further information and to book tickets, please visit http://babylifeline.org.uk/home/maternity-safety-conference-2020/

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