CHI+MED Patient Safety and Medication Error Workshop Nottingham 24/25 March (free) #ptsafety

UPDATED 21 March 2012: Patient Safety and Medication Error Workshop – Masterclass on research in clinical error on 24th and 25th March 2012 at Nottingham. The Masterclass Workshop is aimed at researchers working in a combination of medical, psychological and HCI background to clinical human error or related fields.

The Masterclass leaders – Prof Russell Beale, Prof Andy Howes and Dr Mark-Alexander Sujan – will work with the Masterclass participants to drive the field forward. This Masterclas will support researchers to develop their work and underlying methodologies and build up a platform where researchers can come together to critically review their work and find ways to improve quality and impact.

The workshop is free of charge. To register, please email: V.L.Hurst@swansea.ac.uk
The workshop website is at http://chimedworkshops.wordpress.com/about/ 

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CHI+MED is hosting a two day workshop on medical devices and patient safety in Nottingham, on the weekend of 24/25 March 2012, it’s free to attend.

“Patient safety and medication error” is aimed at:

  • Academic researchers who are working on or interested in: Patient Safety; Medication Errors; Incident Reporting and Learning;
  • Healthcare practitioners or representatives from relevant organisations;
  • Patients or representatives from relevant organisations;
  • Human Factors researchers or members from relevant organisations.

Visit the Nottingham workshop homepage | About the workshop

What: Patient Safety and Medication Error workshop
When: Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 March 2012
Where: Nottingham
Contact: Victoria Hurst – V.L.Hurst AT swansea.ac.uk

Information on CHI+MED’s previous workshops can be found here.

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