Better Births 4 Years on - Personal and Safe, Making it Real

When: 5th March 2020
Venue: The Principal Manchester, Oxford Street, Manchester M60 7HA
Cost: Free

9.30am – 4.00pm on 5th March

This is an NHS workshop focusing on how to continue to learn together and, through the Long Term Plan commitments, ensure that Better Births is here to stay. There will be a range of workshops, co-hosted by service user voice representatives, which will focus on sharing stories and providing practical suggestions to support local improvement, including:

1. Continuity of Carer - Achieving Equity in Health Outcomes for Mothers and Babies, led by Prof Jacqueline Dunkley Bent OBE, Chief Midwifery Officer, NHS England and Improvement.

2. Digital - Ditch the Burden; Get Digital, Get Outcomes, Get Time Back to Care.

3. Choice and Personalisation - Embedding Choice and Personalisation locally, led by the Choice and Personalisation Team

4. Safety and Prevention - Preventing Risks and Promoting Safer Maternity Care in Women with Health Inequalities

5. Post-natal Care. To be confirmed

6. Neo-natal - Implementing the Neonatal Critical Care Review - Insights from the Front Line.

7. Change Management - Making Change Happen and Staying Safe - led by Phil Duncan, Head of Patient Safety and Improvement, Maternity Neonatal Service Improvement Programme.

For more information and to book tickets, please visit https://www.events.england.nhs.uk/events/better-births-4-years-on-personal-and-safe-making-it-real

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