RCOG: Risk Management and Medico-Legal Issues in Women's Health Care

When: 3rd May 2018
Venue: RCOG HQ

The meeting provides a forum for learning the basics of healthcare risk management, learning from patient safety incidents and sharing good practice. It is in its 19th year. Participants in past meetings have come from across the UK, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Canada.

The programme is based on the RADICAL framework for healthcare risk management. The breakout sessions will use interactive approaches and clinical scenarios to promote understanding of patient safety.

During this conference you will have ample opportunity to network with colleagues in safety and quality improvement, and to develop ideas for research and innovation.

Learning Objectives

  • Gain familiarity with theoretical foundations and practical problems relating to risk management
  • Cover aspects relating to clinical governance in the RCOG core curriculum
  • Acquire knowledge relevant to a leadership role in clinical governance
  • Acquire knowledge of some UK laws pertinent to clinical practice
  • Pick up numerous tips for safe clinical practice

Who Should Attend?

  • Consultants in O&G
  • Trainees in O&G
  • Academic research staff
  • Clinical governance leads, including risk managers and claims/complaints managers
  • Midwives and nurses
  • SAS Doctors
  • Solicitors

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