0845 Registration opens – Welcome tea and coffee
0900 Acknowledgement to country, welcome, introduction to patient safety
Session One – wellness and civility saves lives
0915 Why the health of our workforce is important
Dr Lynne McKinlay is a senior medical educator and Medical Director, Learning and Workforce, at Children’s Health Queensland.
0950 Respectful Communication
Dr Stephen Priestley is the Patient Safety Lead and Emergency Senior Consultant at Sunshine Coast University Hospital, Queensland.
1030 Morning tea
Session Two – Sim for safety
1100 Simulation, culture and patient safety - are they really related? Confirmed
Dr Victoria Brazil is an emergency physician, the Professor of Emergency Medicine and the Director of Clinical Simulation in the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine at Bond University, and Gold Coast Health.
1130 ED ECMO Simulation
Dr Gary Mitchell is a Staff Specialist - Emergency and Trauma Unit- Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital and Senior Lecturer- University of Queensland
Dr Nicole Sng is a Registrar at Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital
1200 Embedding and integrating Simulation for testing new processes
Stephanie Barwick is Head of Partnerships, Programs and Innovation at Mater Education
Session Three – Department of errors
Interactive Session with small group work shopping
Session Four – Medication safety in the ED
Session Five – Health IT and patient safety
1600 Health IT and patient safety
Farah Magrabi is an Associate Professor at the Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University. She is investigating the patient safety risks of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare and co-chair of the Australian Alliance for AI in Healthcare’s working group on safety, quality and ethics.