Promoting patient safety in acute and community settings: a whole systems approach
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Who this event is for
JHB Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes, Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane site
Hospital and other health services aim to provide safe, healing and therapeutic environments for patients and others during illness and incapacity, rehabilitation and recovery. However, patient safety continues to be an area of real concern nationally and internationally, in both acute and community settings.
Despite best efforts, every year internationally, there can be thousands of episodes of care which may result in varying degrees of patient harm.
In this lecture Debra will discuss how enabling the development of whole-of-systems cultures of safety can provide sustainable and flexible strategies to reduce the risk of harm to patients and promote optimal patient outcomes.
About the speaker
PROFESSOR DEBRA JACKSON - Professor of Nursing at Oxford Brookes and the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Debra Jackson is Professor of Nursing at Oxford Brookes and the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. She is a Fellow of the Australian College of Nursing, and has previously worked at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. Debra has worked in both hospital and community care settings, and has a long-standing concern for and interest in patient safety.
Debra is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Clinical Nursing and sits on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Child Health Care and Nursing Inquiry.
There will be a post-lecture reception from 19:00-20:00 sponsored by Wiley.