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Quality & Patient Safety Conference with Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust

InPhase and Gateshead Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust discuss patient safety and how we can improve together
Gateshead Patient Safety Conference with Andrew
| Heather Lowery | InPhase News

Our InPhase experts, Andrew Bingham, Bijan Azar and John Boland were delighted to be invited by Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust to attend the Quality and Patient Safety Conference, in March of 2023.

Our time at the Conference was incredible, getting the opportunity to take part in some pivotal discussions about Quality Improvement and patient safety, as well as see and celebrate some of the brilliant work happening at Gateshead Health NHS FT.

Throughout the day, the topics discussed included patient safety, compassionate work for safe care, maternity learning and restorative responses to care. A prominent objective of the day was to make sure that everyone went away feeling equipped to provide the best quality and most compassionate care they can.

Pivotal Patient Safety Proposals

The day was a fantastic opportunity to bring everyone who is a part of Gateshead Health NHS FT up to speed with all the incredible areas of work happening across the organisation. The team here at InPhase were asked to talk about and demonstrate the InPhase system and highlight the different ways to use it to best support the user.

With InPhase, learning and improvement is put into the hands of all users, disseminated across the organisation, encouraging more thorough understanding and analysis as staff can use their own experiences as examples to learn from. We spoke about the various ways staff can use the system to report patient safety incidents, search for and analyse the data and create aligned actions for improvement that have the most impact.

As well as this, the InPhase team had the pleasure to meet Mrs Shelly Dyson, the Head of Patient Safety, Mr Aidan Fowler, National Director of Patient Safety and Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Gillian Findley, Chief Nurse, to discuss national, regional and local patient safety and quality improvement plans.

Improving Patient Safety Together.

For more information on how InPhase can help support your Trust’s patient safety outcomes, schedule your time with an expert today.

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