PATIENT SAFETY, WELLBEING,
free virtual international conference for all healthcare workers and students
QISW FREE Virtual Conference, Saturday 26th of September 2020.
For ALL healthcare workers and students.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION OPEN 24TH JUNE
Welcome & Introduction by Ms Anne Pullyblank
Introduction 2 by Dr Chris Turner
Dr James Mountford
Morning Yoga with the amazing Natasha Cornish
Poster Presentations in Breakout Rooms
Fatigue Buster with Jamaica Rugby Team no.13 and Personal Trainer Lucas Roy-Smith
Introduction 3 by Eamonn Sullivan
Dr. Rachel Pilling
Mr. Dan Wadsworth
Workshops Introduction 4 by the North Bristol QI Team
Breakout for Workshops
Stay in Main room
Dr. Amar Shah
Mindfullness Session with the incredible Yasmin Gregory of at1.Space
Introduction 5 with Joanna Moore
Dr. Emma Redfern
Introduction 6 with Paula McGowan
Prize Giving and Closing remarks
Presenter: Miss Anne Pullyblank
Medical Director, West of England AHSN
Keynote: Simon Sinek
International best-selling author on leadership
Dr Chris Turner
TED Speaker. Trauma Centre Emergency Department Consultant. Founder of Civility Saves Lives
Dr James Mountford
Director of National Improvement Strategy and London Nightingale Chief of Quality and Learning
Ms Joanna Moore
Quality Improvement Lead at Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Dr Emma Redfern
Creator of the Emergency Department Checklist
Dr Amar Shah
Chief Quality Officer at East London NHS Foundation Trust.
London Nightingale Nursing Director, Royal Marsden Hospital Nursing Director and Army Reservist
Dr Rachel Pilling & Dan Wadsworth
Ted X NHS:
15 seconds 30 minutes
Mother of Oliver McGowan, who's untimely death resulted in mandatory disability training for all NHS staff
Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board
Creator and Programme Chair
General Surgery SpR, Severn Deanery. Creator and Chair of QISW (Jan and Sept 2020). West of England AHSN Patient Safety Champion 2020. Lover of all things QI and Trauma. Member of the Academy of Medical Educators.
General Surgery registrar in the Severn Deanery. Qualified from St. George's Hospital Medical School and undertook a Masters in Surgical Innovation at Imperial College London. Second round on the QISW committee!
Deepika is starting core surgical training at Addenbrooke’s this August. She attended the previous QISW conference as an F2 in Bristol and is very excited to be part of the committee for September. She looks forward to meeting you all (virtually!) and learning more about the quality improvement projects that are taking place across the country.
Ealaff graduated from the University of Exeter in 2019 with a BMBS and an MSc in research. At present, she is a North West London foundation trainee who is pursuing a career in bariatric surgery, but she is also committed to optimising care through quality improvement.
Sebastian is currently a fourth year medical student at the University of Bristol, having previously achieved an intercalated degree in Clinical Sciences. He has completed placements at Southmead Hospital and Musgrove Park in Taunton. The QISW conference marks his first involvement with quality improvement, something which he hopes to pursue in future.
General Surgical CT2, Severn Deanery. Qualified from University of Southampton and passionate about teaching, having taken her Postgraduate Certificate Of Medical Education at the University of Bristol. Caitlin gave an oral presentation at QISW in 2017 and is excited to be back, this time on the committee, organising the workshops.
Abstract Submissions Support Lead
Natasha is a 3rd year medical student at the University of Bristol. She presented an QI project on Implementing and Improving Digital Microbiology Requests at NBT at the previous QISW Winter Conference in 2020.
Max is a third-year medical-student at Bristol University. He has attended the National Research and Innovation in Orthopaedics Conference, worked on collaborative projects such as STARSurg, and GlobalSurg3, and is currently on the committees for Bristol Orthosoc and Bristol Sports and Exercise Medicine Society.
Nick is a third year Bristol medical student who is keen to pursue a surgical career path having particular interests in ophthalmology and plastics. He was fortunate enough to win the award for the best healthcare cost saving initiative at QISW winter conference for working alongside staff colleagues on an operation set coding audit.
Attendee Support Lead
Aimee is a fourth-year medical student at Bristol Medical School. She obtained an intercalated degree in Surgery and Anaesthesia from Imperial College London in 2019 and has a strong research interest in neuroergonomics and neuromodulation technologies within a surgical setting.
Steering Committee Co-Lead
Laura was previously a practicing solicitor and is now a core psychiatry trainee in Severn deanery, with a particular interest in maternal mental health.
She was the keynote speaker lead for the QISW winter conference and is now the steering committee co-lead.
Steering Committee Co-Lead
Niamh is a 3rd year medical student currently studying at Bristol. She is going to intercalate at Imperial College London in Reproductive and Developmental Sciences this year. Niamh has completed placements at Musgrove Park Hospital, Taunton and Southmead, Bristol. This is the first time she has been involved with Quality Improvement yet she is excited to be part of this conference and to implement what she learns from the QISW in future projects.
Steering Committee Co-Lead
Hannah is a junior doctor working as a Clinical Transformation Specialist within health informatics for NBT. She completed her foundation training in Severn and previously she was a senior NHS podiatrist in London
Keynote Speakers Support
Emma is currently a 4th year medical student in Bristol and is the keynote speakers lead for QISW2020. Special interests include transplant, EM, and trauma surgery, so currently very broad and enjoying the ride! This is her first official foray into QI but definitely won't be the last
Attendee Support & Certification
Sophie is currently a clinical fellow in the trauma and orthopaedic department at Southmead hospital and is planning to apply for core surgical training this year. Sophie joins the Qisw junior committee after winning a prize at the winter conference earlier in the year.
Publicity & Attendee Support
Frankie is going into her 4th year as a medical student at Bristol, having previously intercalated in Global Health. This is her first time of being part of QISW and she is excited to be a committee member. She cannot wait to learn about the innovative Quality Improvement projects taking place!
F2 in the Severn Deanery. Qualified from Keele University. First time on the QISW committee and excited to be involved in a QI conference.
3rd Year Medical Student at Bristol University
Lelyn Osei Atiemo
My name is Lelyn, current 4th Year Medical Student at the University of Bristol. I also intercalated at Bristol in Functional and Clinical Anatomy. I am new to the QI world, but it is something which I find fascinating and excited to be a part of.
Keng Siang is an intercalating Bristol medical student who is keen to pursue a surgical career path having particular interests in Neurosurgery. He has also recently been appointed the Severn Regional Ambassador for the Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT)
Dinushika is currently a final year medical student at the University of Bristol, having previously graduated with a BSc in Biomedical Sciences. This is the first time she has been involved in Quality Improvement but is excited to be part of the team!
QI coach & researcher, Somerset FT