Meeting report

Report on Safety Engineering in Healthcare: Sixth Annual Simulation Conference, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, 1 December 2016

L. Salm and H. Harb

( 17-22, Patient safety and quality improvement; Surgical education; Surgical simulation, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.0004, 13 July 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: How should surgeons warm up? An experimental psychology approach

T W Pike, F Mushtaq, R M Wilkie, J P A Lodge and M Mon-Williams

(B 6-6, Patient safety and quality improvement; Surgical simulation, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B006, 11 May 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Can cognitive psychology help us understand surgical safety issues?

Narinder Kapur

(B 4-4, Patient safety and quality improvement; Surgical education, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B004, 11 May 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Pre-operative mental practice for the prevention of surgical error

Marina Yiasemidou

(B 3-3, Patient safety and quality improvement; Surgical simulation, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B003, 11 May 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Human factors in surgical error

Ken Catchpole

(B 1-1, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.B001, 11 May 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Why measurement for improvement is different

Mike Davidge

(A 10-10, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A010, 19 January 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Building an improvement system and movement Trust-wide

Amar Shah

(A 9-9, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A009, 19 January 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Homerton Improving Quality

Victoria Newlands-Bentley

(A 8-8, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A008, 19 January 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Engineered solutions to never events and novel simulation methods

Maryanne Mariyaselvam and Mark Blunt

(A 7-7, Patient safety and quality improvement; Surgical simulation, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A007, 19 January 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: In situ simulation in primary care: an AHP lead chronic respiratory simulation programme

Laura Graham, Alice Kenward and Val Dimmock

(A 6-6, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A006, 19 January 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Effectiveness of medical simulation in teaching medical students critical care medicine

Matt Beal, John Kinnear, Caroline Rachael Anderson, Thomas D Martin, Rachel Wamboldt and Lee Hooper

(A 5-5, Patient safety and quality improvement; Surgical education, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A005, 19 January 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Improving leadership and non-technical skills with modified rapid cycle deliberate practice simulation

Christopher Taylor, Rebecca Preedy, Rebecca Young and Gomy Kandasamy

(A 4-4, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A004, 19 January 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Damage limitation - minimising unintentional harm: complexity, error, team working and human factors

John Kinnear

(A 3-3, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A003, 19 January 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: The National Safety Standards for Invasive Procedures (NatSSIPs): beyond the WHO checklist

Annie Hunningher

(A 2-2, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A002, 19 January 2017)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: What matters to patients

Matilda Tristram

(A 1-1, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2017.A001, 19 January 2017)

Meeting report

Report on ‘Innovations in healthcare, patient safety and simulation’: Fifth Annual Simulation Conference, Homerton University Hospital Foundation Trust, 10 December 2015

Rebecca Szekely, Mhairi Jhugursing and Chris Sadler

( 23-27, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2016.0004, 11 October 2016)

Original article

Special Issue: From fairies to SimMan: Tolkien and realism in simulation

Lysa E. Owen

( 8-12, Patient safety and quality improvement; Surgical education; Surgical simulation, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2016.0002, 21 June 2016)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Improvement science – What is it? How is it done?

Maria Chazapis

(A 11-11, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2016.A011, 25 February 2016)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Enhanced recovery pathway improvement

Martin Kuper

(A 10-10, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2016.A010, 25 February 2016)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Inter-professional simulation to improve collaborative care for young people with physical and mental health needs

Christopher Kowalski, Chris Attoe and Sean Cross

(A 9-9, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2016.A009, 25 February 2016)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Advancing patient safety - the role of hospital IT (and the chief nurse)

Sheila Adam

(A 8-8, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2016.A008, 25 February 2016)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Team Resource Management - lessons from military and pre-hospital care

Claire Park

(A 2-2, Patient safety and quality improvement; Surgical education; Surgical simulation, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2016.A002, 25 February 2016)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Web 2.0: social media and the changing face of healthcare

Helgi Johannsson

(A 1-1, E-learning; Patient safety and quality improvement; Surgical education, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2016.A001, 25 February 2016)

Commentary

Special Issue: Lecture notes: Lessons in safety from nuclear power

Steve Naylor

( 31-34, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2015.0007, 30 June 2015)

Commentary

Special Issue: The patient experience as a catalyst for change

Margaret Murphy

( 25-30, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 0.1102/2051-7726.2015.0006, 30 June 2015)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: The future of patient safety

Marc Lazarovici

(A 8-8, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2015.A008, 30 June 2015)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Checklists, never events, and Lifebox

Ed Fitzgerald

(A 7-7, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2015.A007, 30 June 2015)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: In situ simulation programme at Homerton University Hospital: patient safety training for the high reliability organisation

Sam Murray

(A 6-6, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2015.A006, 30 June 2015)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Lessons in safety from aviation

Archie Naughton

(A 5-5, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2015.A005, 30 June 2015)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Crisis Resource Management - the concept to avoid and manage crisis

Marc Lazarovici

(A 3-3, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2015.A003, 30 June 2015)

Oral presentation

Special Issue: Patient safety - defining the problems, how to manage error, and strategies to address them

Tom Smith

(A 2-2, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2015.A002, 30 June 2015)

Meeting report

Report on ‘Striving Towards the High Reliability Organisation’: Fourth Annual Simulation Conference, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, 11 December 2014

M.H. Ornstein

( 22-24, Patient safety and quality improvement, DOI: 10.1102/2051-7726.2015.0005, 06 May 2015)