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Achieving Behaviour Change for Patient Safety

Friday 4th September 2015 - Leeds - Registrations now closed.

This unique one day workshop developed by the Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research Group provides an opportunity to learn from leading researchers in behaviour change. Interactive learning and discussion will lead to improved understanding and enhanced practice in improving patient safety through behaviour change.


Date: Friday 4th September 2015

Venue: Mull Suite, 1st Floor, Double Tree by Hilton, Leeds City Centre, 2 Wharf Approach, Granary Wharf, Leeds, LS1 4BR.

Registration: Registrations for this event have now closed.

Flyer: The flyer for the event is available here.

Programme

Behaviour change theory

Quality and safety improvement

Identifying & addressing barriers to behaviour change

Case studies in applying behaviour change to patient safety

Lunch and refreshments provided


Learning Outcomes

  • An enhanced understanding of behaviour change theory
  • Knowlege to design an intervention to support behaviour change
  • Familiarity with a "behaviour change toolkit" to support your own behaviour change projects

The event will be delivered by:

Professor Rebecca Lawton, Professor of Psychology
University of Leeds & Bradford Institute of Health Research

Dr Judith Dyson, Lecturer Mental Health
Department of Community Health and Social Care, University of Hull

Dr Ali Cracknell, Consultant in Medicine for Older People
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Overview

This unique one day workshop developed by the Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research Group provides an opportunity to learn from leading researchers in behaviour change. Interactive learning and discussion will lead to improved understanding and enhanced practice in improving patient safety through behaviour change.

Who Should Attend

  • Patient Safety Collaborative Leads
  • Improvement Leads
  • Clinicians supporting AHSNs to deliver safety programmes
  • Teams and individual health professionals who are currently involved in safety programmes