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King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and InPhase Celebrate International Nurses Day

The InPhase Team Celebrate International Nurses Day with King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
King's College Event Day Teaser
| Heather Lowery | InPhase News

InPhase team members John Boland, Tom Osborne and Alistair Brown attended the recent International Nurses Day celebration at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust on 12th May 2023.

King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust treats an impressive 1.5 million people per year across South London and Kent as one of the largest NHS Foundation Trusts in the UK. With a staff of nearly 15,000, King’s College Hospital continues to lead as a globally recognised pioneering institution with a commitment to future innovation and developing cutting-edge treatments for excellent patient care.

International Nurses Day

The International Nurses Day event spread across the Denmark Hill and Princess Royal University Hospital sites, and members of the InPhase team were there at both locations.

It was wonderful to see the whole Trust pull together to recognise and celebrate the amazing contribution that nurses make across the NHS and health and social care system. Large numbers of people attended the event, including Clive Kay, Chief Executive Officer; Michelle Williams, CQC Compliance Manager and Kudzai Mika, Head of Quality Governance.

John Boland and Steve Walters at King's College Hospital John Boland and Steve Walters, Head of Governance and Compliance at King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

InPhase Goes Live!

Not only did we get to celebrate the incredible nursing staff of King’s College Hospital and across the world for International Nurses Day, but we also got to celebrate the use of InPhase at King’s College Hospital!

King’s College Hospital is implementing a single wide-ranging and powerful patient safety and risk management system across all specialities and for all staff, supporting learning and improvement surrounding patient safety incidents and began using InPhase earlier this year.

We had some great feedback about InPhase from staff already using InPhase for incidents, and we’re excited to be working with King’s College Hospital in configuring what comes next.

At our InPhase stands, there was a substantial and varied interest in InPhase – with many positive comments and engaging questions from all areas of the organisation being answered by the InPhase representatives and we certainly felt very welcomed in a super friendly and happy environment.

Tom Osborne talking to King's Staff about InPhase Tom Osborne at the InPhase stand talking to King's Colleagues about the new patient safety system

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