1 Oct: 'What’s the evidence for improving quality and safety in healthcare?' Public Lecture and Honorary Title Awards Ceremony

Posted by dmrbp1 at Jun 14, 2018 11:05 AM |
Award of Honorary Titles and Keynote Speech

On 1 October, the University will hold its annual ceremony to recognise the outstanding contribution of healthcare professionals to its academic mission by awarding honorary titles to NHS colleagues who have worked in partnership with the University.

This will take place in the Chetwode Lecture Theatre (formerley Lecture Theatre 1) in the George Davies Centre, at 7pm.

As usual, the evening will conclude with a keynote speach, which will this year be given by Professor Mary-Dixon-Woods, University of Cambridge, entitled: What’s the evidence for improving quality and safety in healthcare?

A fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, the Academy of Medical Sciences, and the Royal College of Physicians, Mary Dixon-Woods is Director of THIS Institute and The Health Foundation Professor of Healthcare Improvement Studies in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care at the University of Cambridge and Professorial Fellow at Homerton College. She leads a programme of research concerned with generating a high quality evidence-base to support the organisation, quality and safety of care delivered to patients. Characteristically using mixed-methods approaches, her work focuses on evaluation of quality and safety improvement interventions and programmes, culture and behaviour in health systems, and regulation and governance of health research and care. She has special interests in the ethics of quality and safety and in the development of novel methods for conducting health services research.   She is a Wellcome Trust Investigator and an NIHR Senior Investigator and is Co-Editor-in-Chief of BMJ Quality and Safety. She holds honorary positions as an adjunct professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at Johns Hopkins University and as a visiting professor at the University of Leicester. She served on the National Advisory Group on the Safety of Patients in England, which produced the Berwick report in 2013. She also served on the review of information technology in the NHS led by Professor Bob Wachter, which reported in 2016.

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The lecture and ceremony will be followed by a drinks reception and buffet in the GDC Atrium.

 

 

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